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2 Table of Contents 





THREES COMPANY - in more 
ways than one. Kay LaShoto, Larry 
Lowe, and Debbie (Peros) Finnell. 



A BEAUTIFUL END TO THE 
BOOK - Jill Gamerman and Erin 
Sullivan, two of our best looking 
girls, together with Mr. McDonnell. 



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STEPPING OUT WITH DANCE THEATRE (top left) 

are Erin Sullivan, Don Hosick, Crissy Guillette, Bill 

Corcoran, and Julie Barry. 

LEAVING THE BUILDING FOR B.K. (top right) is 

Michelle Brunaccini. 

YOU BUY THE FLOWERS - YOU GET THE GIRLS 

(right) Susan Barker, Lisa McCabe, Jon Williams, Lisa 

McDonald, and Kara Baruch. 




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"THAT'S NOT THE WAY I 

BROKE IT** (far left) says Danny 

LeLievre. 

WHAT'S LIVING IN YOUR 

LOCKER? (left) Mike McNally. 
LATE FOR CLASS AGAIN 

(above) is Jenny Pettis. 





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SMILING HER WAY INTO 
CLASS (far left) is Melissa Alarie. 
HURRY UP GIRLS THE BELL 
RANG (left) Lynda McSweene) 
and Karen Anderson 
HANGING OUT IN THI 
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WHS' ANSWER TO THE "FASHION 

STATEMENT" (above) is Mr. Ira Steinberg and his 

daughter Nancy. 

BEST FRIENDS (center) Diane Limoli and Emma 

Caruso. 

LOOKING GOOD (right above) is Michelle Mabardy. 






DON'T SMILE TOO MUCH TIM! (above) You're only with your 
dad. Principal John Regan and son Tim. 

WHERE DID YOU GET THAT CREW, MR. WALKER? (right) 
Erik Royds, Dom Restagno, Mr. Gerry Walker, Bobbie Bettinelli, Paul 
Tit one, Chuck Harris. 




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THE NEXT MICHAEL ANGELO (far left) is 
Ed Beach. 

WAIT TILL YOU SEE ME PLAY 
PICKLEBALL! (left) is Rose Mele. 
SHOWING A DIFFERENT SIDE (above) is 
Shawn Callahan a.k.a. Ralph. 



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WELL, ISN'T THAT SPECIAL? (far left) 
Stacy McGovern. 

THE FINE ART OF FRIENDSHIP (left) 
Christinia Yarossi and Michelle Landry. 
TINKLING ON THE OLD IVORY (above) 
is B. W. #2, Lisa Noke. 



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TWO HAPPY SMILES 

(above) is Jennifer Tiano 
and Amy Ferolito. 
SHOWING US WHAT 
MEANS THE MOST 
(above left) is Richie 
LeBlanc and Chris Gelinas. 
' 'ARE YOU KIDDING 
ME?" (below) "I'm not 
diving in that water", says 
Krissy Bankosky. 
THE TRIATHALON 
TEAMMATES (right) 
Mr. Jack Lyond and Kim 
Savage. 

THROWING HIMSELF 
INTO THE GAME (far 
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BETTER THE WOOD THAN YOUR HEAD 

(top left) Joe Arcuri. 

THE STUDS FROM THE VOKE (top right) are 

Richard Silva, Richard Halleran, Jim O'Reilly, and 

Paul Moon. 

DON'T LOOK AT THE CAMERA! (far left) 

Tomorrow you'll have no hands, Rob Labossier. 

WHO ARE YOU MAKING THIS FOR? (left) 

Ken Gouveia. 

THE PRESSURE IS APPLIED (below) by Chris 

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EVERYONE SMILE ITS 

VALENTINES DAY! (above) Shawn 

Callahan, Marianne Burke, Karen Burke, 

Billy Burgess, and Joanna Casey. 

SHE'LL ALWAYS BE MY LITTLE 

GIRL" (right above) Dan Pratt and his 

daughter Kathy. 

GETTING SET FOR THE GAME 

(right) is Mark Hebert. 

"GOT A CLUE GUYS"! (far right) 

Claude Chiasson, Shawn McNamara, and 

Vernon MacLeod. 

SHOWING MR. MAC WHO'S BOSS 

(below) is Kara Howley. 

CHECKING OUT THE EQUIPMENT 

(right below) is Randy Doiron. 

DELIVERING THE GIRLS TO CLASS 

(far right below) Phil Brake, Sandra 

Robichaud, Charline Martin, Lisa Richard, 

Shawna Noiles, and Nicole LeBlanc. 




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SMILING PRETTY (far left) 
is Marianne Burke, Melissa 
Juliano, Judy Kendall, and Ann - 
Marie Hanlon. 
FIVE BEAUTIES TO 
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DAY 
(left) seated Lisa Giovanetti and 
Jenny Sullivan. Standing are Judy 
Linnehan, Jeanne Morreale, and 
Janet Maclnnis. 
"DON'T GET TOO CLOSE 
RICK" (above) Sara Cohn and 
Rick Griffin. 




"WHO DO YOU WISH YOU WERE HOLDING?' 

(far left) Cynthia Cardarelli and Maureen O'Brien. 
"WHAT ARE YOU COMPLAINING ABOUT 
NOW?" (left) Janet Chherty. 

"LET ME GUESS, YOU SHOP AT THE SAME 
PLACE, RIGHT?" (above) John Byam, Bobby 
DiGregorio, and Tom Robinson. 



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"WHO'S THE CUTE ONE WITH THE FUZZY WHITE HAIR, GUYS?" 

(above) On car Steve Coco and Drew McGrady. Standing are Frank Hache, Ed 

Sarno, Tony Cincotta, Mike LeBlanc, and Mike Arsenault. 

WHS' OWN THREE STOOGES (right) Eric "Curly" Melanson, Norman "Larry 

LeBlanc, and Steve "Moe" Sutherland. 

FIVE TRUE BLUE HAWKERS (below) Top: Lisa Puglielli, Debbie Monahan, 

and Andrea Rando. Bottom: Sheila McGann and Karen Connelly. 

FOUR LOVELIES (right below) Standing: Lynda McSweeney and Marianne 

Meech. Kneeling: Maria Rizzo and Stacy McGovern. 

"HEY KELL, HOW LONG HAS IT BEEN?" (far right below) Stephanie 

Turner and Kellie Walsh. 




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ON THE KEYBOARD FOR SILVER 
SNOW (right above) is Barry Kutz. 

YOU BETTER GIVE THE LIPSTICK 
BACK TO ANDREA (left above) Tommy 
Carrafieilo. 

THE OPENING SCENE AT THE 
WORLD FAMOUS SENIOR REVUE 

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FUN IN THE 

SUN (top right) 
Charline Martin and 
Tracey Mucci 

EAT YOUR 
HEART OUT 
GUYS (top left) 
Cheryl Brackesy, 
Debbie Gregorio, 
and Nancy 
Bastarache. 

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PRESSED UP AND 
READY TO GO (top left) 
are Ed Irwin, Shawna Noiles, 
Kerry Pierce, and Farben 
Piedrahita. 

SMILE LOUISE IT'S 
BETTER THAN E BLOCK 

(top right) Holly Richardson 
and Louise Bernard 

WALTHAMS FINEST 

(bottom left) Jeanne 
Morreale, Heather Chiasson, 
and Karen Lappas. 

LOOK AT THE CAMERA 
SQUID (bottom right) Dave 
Tobin, Erin Corcoran, 
Michelle Auditore, and Jimmy 
Wilson. 



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"HURRY UP TERRY" (far left above) 
Debbie D'Amore holding smile. 
WHAT SMILES (left above) Kerry 
Lucchese and Kristin Keefe. 
ALL SET TO GO (above) are Debbie 
Gregorio and Cheryl Brackesy 
WHAT'S THE SIGN FOR? (far left 
below) Ravi Mallela, Dan Yu, Matt Pecci, 
Jim Elliot, and Tony Avruch. 
LAUGH, IT'S PAID FOR (left below) 
Larry Coppola, Gerry Augustine, Robbie 
Camara, Mike Falzone, and Dave Falzone. 
PSYCHED TO BE OUT OF SCHOOL 
(below) are Maureen O'Brien, Tony 
Quaranto, Cindy Cardarelli, and Lisa 
Melanson. 




YEARBOOK DEDICATION (right) Mr. James McDonnell, 
Yearbook Advisor with our Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Turner. 
YOU'VE GOTTA LUV THOSE LIONS (below) Lisa 
Noke, our Business Editor with Mr. James McDonnell saluting 
the Nittany Lions on their National Championship. 



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I I r hen it came time for me to make my 
m /a / decision for the yearbook dedications I 
W W stood back and thought about who had 
been there to help the Class of 1987. It didn't take me 
long to decide. 

Mr. James McDonnell has always been there to help 
the class. If it wasn't for him this yearbook would not 
be possible. An award -winning yearbook takes time 
and demands devotion. Both of these he was readily 
willing to give. 

Throughout the past four years I have watched Mr. 
McDonnell work with the yearbook staff and 
sometimes it was a bumpy ride, but with the loyalty of 
such a driven man like him, how could it possibly fail? 
Many cards and letters have come back to congratulate 
him on the outstanding job he has done, but to him 
it's "the kids" who have done it. During his fourteen 
years as yearbook advisor we have won many awards. 



Since 1978 we have been nominated for the prestigious 
Printers Industry of America Graphic Arts Award. This 
award is usually the prime domain of the college 
books. We have entered the New England Competition 
seven times and we have finished with 6 first and 1 
second , the last four years we have been the top book 
in New England. 

When I decided on the dedication I wanted it to go 
to someone who believed in the Class of 1987, 
someone who took time to help us as a whole, I feel I 
have made an excellent decision. 

I can't put this in the book without him knowing, 
so I want to tell you Mr. McDonnell that you are 
extremely worthy of this dedication and I am happy to 
give it to such a fine man. 

Stephanie Turner 
Editor-in-Chief 




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YEARBOOK DEDICATION (left) Editor-in-Chief 
Stephanie Turner and Mr. Terry Bleiler. 
YOU'RE NUMBER WITH US (below) Mr. Terry 
Bleiler of Purdy V amine Studios. 




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he key ingredients in an award -winning 
yearbook are a strong theme, good writing, 
and excellent photographs. The latter has 
been a constant here at Waltham High since 1975. That 
was the year Mr. McDonnell fit the last and most 
important piece to the puzzle by hiring Mr. Terry 
Bleiler as our "official" photographer. Since that time 
Terry has been a fixture at all Waltham High School's 
events. 

Working closely with the yearbook staff to provide 
us with the pictures we need to put our theme across 
is just one of his many strong points. Terry also works 
with the many different personalities here at Waltham 
High and always does an excellent job. Terry covers 
close to forty schools, but he makes us feel that we 



are his only account. On many occasions Terry has re- 
shot pictures because he felt the quality was not up to 
our standards. Terry also gets to know a majority of 
the seniors and makes each and everyone of them feel 
important. Terry also serves as our "official" publicity 
director by proudly showing our book to all of his 
accounts. When he goes to a new school to bid the 
only yearbook he brings is ours. 

I would like to thank you on behalf of all our past 
editors you have worked with. Without you we would 
never be Number 1, but thanks to you we are. So it is 
with a great deal of pleasure that I dedicate this edition 
of the Mirror to Mr. Terry Bleiler. 

Stephanie Turner 
Editor-in-Chief 



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Class of 1987 President 




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28 Gale Street . 



88 Woerd Avenue 



70 School Street 




78 Miriam Road 



15 Caughey Street 



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5 Bemis Avenue 




164 Felton Street 



28 Amory Road 



25 Flood Street 



35 Chatham Lane 




22 Seniors 




65 Cauehey Street 



648 Myrtle Street 



62 Rosemont Avenue 



22 Stearns Street 




37 Autumn Lane 



7 Cedar Street 



305 Hardy Pond Road 



84 Porter Road 




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135 Adams Street 



14 Dobbins Street 



126 Montclair Avenue 



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23 Milner Street 



24 Floral Circle 




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136 Alder Street 



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99 Myrtle Street 




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7 Larchmont Avenue 



50 Everett Street 



145 Dale Street 



21 Brookfield Road 




66 Fairmont Avenue 



75 Taylor Street 



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40 Seminole Avenue 



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50 Hobbs Brook Road 




36-1 Garden Lane 



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15 Vernon Street 



19 Norumbega Terrace 



185B Ash Street 




SMILING SWEETLY are /In/i Marie Hanhn and Janice Gaudet. 



34 Edwin Road 




35 Nutting Road 




1343 Trapelo Road 



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FRIENDS NOW AND FOREVER aye Rosanna Zagame and Donna Gkolamo 



11 Castle Street 




}80 Forest Street 



8 Shawmut Road 



\\\ Clark Street 



1 1 Dorchester Street 



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250 Lake Street 



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56 Lafayette Street 



33 Bowdoin Avenue 



5 Chester Lane 




427 Main Street 



25 Highland Street 



AWAITING THE TEACHER'S ARRIVAL are Eric Weston and Nicole 
Maurice. 



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420 Lincoln Street 



197 Riverview Avenue 



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25 Lowell Street 



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83 Brown Street 





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48 Highland Street 



AIN'T THEY CUTE? Jenny Pettis and Jeff Williams. 



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SKIPPING CLASS AGAIN GIRLS? Stephanie Millar and Karen Lappas. 



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16 Charlotte Road 



80 Temple Road 



21 Chester Avenue 



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121 Winter Street 



11 Weir Road 



263 Worcester Lane 



70 Azalea Road 




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92 Jennings Road 



5 Shade Street 



"TERRY PLEASE LEAVE ME ALONE" says Kathy Pratt. 




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48 Trapelo Road 



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24 Marlton Road 



47 Ellison Park 




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YEARBOOK TEAMMATES are Holly Richardson and Stephanie Turner. 



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44 Linden Park Drive 




119A Taylor Street 



THE GANGS ALL HERE, Jorge Orta, John Maione, Mark Magno, Tim Regan, 
and Farben Piedrahita. 



24 Bowdoin Avenue 




41 Warren Avenue 




34 Seniors 



56 Woodlawn Avenue 



101 Simpson Drive 



12 Lincoln Street 




SHARING A MOMENT TOGETHER are Dominic Restagno and Michelle 
Mabardy. 



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57 Sheffield Road 




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776 Galen Street 



62 Hawthorne Road 



56 Hardy Pond Road 



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105 Princeton Avenue 



63 High Street 



248 Lowell Street 




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85 Copeland Street 




ENJOYING HER CLASS WORK « Amy Aucoin. 




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107 Plympton Street 



63 Porter Road 




28 Sanderson Road 



107 South Street 



"YES MR. LEV WE PASSED MATH" Brenda LaFort and Carrie Peck 




126 Candlewood Drive 



19 Gardner Street 



48 Smith Street 



12 Windsor Terrace 



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696 Lincoln Street 



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112 High Street 



63 Morton Street 



21 Church Street 




10 Greenwood Lane 



38 Seniors 



HAVE YOU HUGGED YOUR BEST FRIEND LATELY? Kristin Norton and 
Jennifer Nicolai. 




58 Allison Park 




121 Montclair Avenue 





104 Hillcrest Road 



70 Seminole Avenue 



CONCENTRATING ON HER TEST is Maria Riccio. 




18 Moore Street 



10D Prospect Hifl Lane 



39 Sparkhill Street 



1264 Trapclo Road 



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LOVE MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND. Just ask Stephanie Millar and 
Robert Bettinelli. 



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148 Ash Street 



DOING WHAT HE DOES BEST is Greg GuUotti. 




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112 Kingston Road 



25 Spruce Street 



48 Washington Avenue 



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107 Trimount Avenue 



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12 Rosewood Drive 




YOU CAN'T GET A GOOD TAN IN SEPTEMBER GIRLS! Lori Gobbi, 
Michelle Donovan, Nancy Bastarache, Tanyi Loor, and Nicole Maurice. 



1774 Trapelo Road 



26 Chesterbrook Road 




65 Plympton Street 




42 Seni 



3 Brightwood Road 



558 Waverly Oaks Road 



29 Livermore Road 



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29 Autumn Lane 



18 Overlook Road 



236 Main Street 



70 Sheffield Road 




1 Upland Road 






180 Hammond Street 




217 Prospect Hill Road 



WHO ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Erin M. Sullivan, Stephanie Ladd, and 
Rhonda Compton. 



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47 Agrillo Circle 



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24 Gregory Street 



76 Chester Lane 



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49 Lincoln Street 



335 Prospect Hill Road 




"HEY BIFF, where are we going scooping" - Paul Pokier and Wayne 
Theriault. 



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56 Boynton Street 



174 Forest Street 




44 Seniors 




2903 Stearns Hill Road 





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53 Edwin Road 



15 Winsom Avenue 



WATCHING THE GIRLS GO BY are Tom Carrafiello, Jim Fahey, and Mark 
Wills. 




87 Marvista Avenue 



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55 Mallard Way 



539 Lexington Street 



90 Whitman Road 



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69 Wilbur Street 



78 Taylor Street 



31 Sparkhill Street 



65 Trimount Avenue 




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30 Aberdeen Avenue 



25 Lowell Street 



496 Forest Street 



15 Chamberlain Terrace 




17 Highland Street 




46 Seniors 



19 Potter Road 



61 Winter Street 



167 Lincoln Street 




260 College Farm Road 



662 Moody Street 



27 Humboldt Street 



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13 Hamilton Road 





219 Brown Street 



26 Prentice Street 



45 Rich Street 



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105 Leslie Road 




91 Candlewood Drive 



15 Albert Street 



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5 Humboldt Street 



11 Cabot Street 



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\11 Grove Street 



34 Yetten Terrace 



255 Lowell Street 



64 Lowell Street 




26 Juniper Hill Road 





260 Newton Street 



776 Lincoln Street 



"AND HOW ARE YOU TODAY?" - Joe Donahue, Tommy Vanaria, and Jason 
Nocera. 



48 Seniors 




4 Gilvary Street 





118 Sherbourne Place 



THE FANTASTIC FIVE are Maria Rizzo, Lynda McSweeney, Brenda Amelia, 
Stacy McGovem, and Karen Anderson. 



24 Briarwood Road 




24 Harland Road 



119 High Street 



22 Abbott Road 



14 Liberty Street 



Seniors 49 





"HEY LOOK WHAT WE GOT"! Monica Feetham and Laura Valkrand. 



87 Hobbs Road 13 Norumbega Terrace 




10 Cliff Road 



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131 Lincoln Street 



19 Thayer Road 



138 Myrtle Street 



50 Seniors 




MIRROR IMAGES are Kara Howley and Karen Stevens. 



123 Berkley Street 



112 Totten Pond Road 




5 Pelham Road 



225 Trapelo Road 



104 Warren Street 



6 Marlton Road 



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11 Morton Street 



89 Willow Street 



SQUINTING IN THE SUN are Heather Chiasson, Gina D'Andragora, and Carol 
Pinzone. 




40 Lakeview Terrace 



674 Moody Street Apt. 2 



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36 Fiske Avenue 



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49 Seminole Avenue 




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34 Cheryl Lane 




THE KING IS STILL #l! Lisa McDonald, Karen Burke, and Vicki Parent. 



Stacy 7ftc£<H*&uc 

12 Berkley Street 



70 Greer Street 




41 Sterling Road 



Muted McTtcUfy 

266 Lincoln Street 



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116 Upton Road 



158 Mallard Way 



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*&£&& 'TfteCtUtAAH' YOUR PLACE OR MINE? Robert LeLievre. 

201 Dale Street 



242 Linden Street 




268 Brown Street 



54 Seniors 




Steve* 7%eu4e 

63 Lyman Street 



StefUutnle TKiitot 

26 Vesper Street 



fcWtey THOU* 

3806 Stearns Hill Road 




58-4 Middlesex Road 



52 Vernon Street 



ROUGH DAY ON THE SLOPES for Cuolann Guadagnino. 




108 Milton Street 



10 Montview Avenue 



51 Fiske Street 



29 Chase Road 



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118 School Street 



17 Lafayette Street 



78 Kingston Road 





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84 Albermarle Road 




45 Azalea Road 



WE GO TOGETHER - Jessica Assad and Lorri Leonard. 



56,Seniors 




99 Pine Street 





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11 Wyola Prospect 



14 Fir Avenue 



WHY DID YOU BUY SO MANY CARNATIONS? Lynne Coxall and 
Christine Crowe. 




10 Warren Avenue 



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16 Vernon Street 



75 Sartell Road 



82 Lawrence Street 



Seniors 57 






904 Moody Street 




putene Paintex 

\2 Grant Place 



WHO SENT YOU THE FLOWERS, JOHN? -John Kavey. 



Vina PitMane 

33 Drury Lane 




Scttt P**e££* 

16 Lawndale Avemue 



58 Seniors 




tyic&l Patent 

180 Pine Hill Circle 



49 Copeland Street 



s4kk. PatAe* 

15 Flood Street 




233 Bacon Street 



"Kevin Paton* 

128 Hillcrest Road 



175 Newton Street 



175 Newton Street 




WHAT IS SO FUNNY? - Robert Camara. 



103 Rockridge Road 



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15 Craig Lane 



Seniors 59 






S*t6 "Petcu^t 

22 Ravenson Road 




(? entire* PettU 

87 Florence Road 



BOY IS THIS TOUGH! - Jim Fahey. 



159 Lake Street 




'Roymcuut "Pincette 

94 Hibiscus Avenue 



144 Ellison Park 



Pa€ci Po&Uex 

34 High Street 



St*U«4, P*4t 

261 Brown Street 



60 Seniors 




Z><nuUd Potte* 

1 Lord Street 



ID avid Stefe&e* Pone* 

11 Stanley Road 



9B Flood Street 



'Kat/UecK Piatt 

4 Chesterbrook Road 





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90 Beal Road 




TAKING A TEST WITH EASE is Dawn Cannistraro. 



9 Carol Lane 



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93 Bedford Street 



38 Prospect Street 



13 Wellington Street 



14 Oak Road 




"GO AHEAD AND SMILE, BUT I'M NOT GOING TO" says CharJene 
Brown to Roland Leger. 



22 Gilbert Street 



91 Gore Street 




62 Seniors 




32 Bennett Street 



^Ua Cutout 

19 Underwood Park 



22 V2 Rumford Avenue 



21 Lincoln Street 




284 River Street 





27 Moore Street 



80 Potter Road 



WHAT'S THE FACE FOR Frank Hache? You're with two beautiful girls - 
Annemarie Graziano and Carolann Guadagnino. 






Seniors 63 




81 Fuller Street 



1 Parkers Lane 



108 Midland Road 



2200 Calvary Street 




109 Marlborough Road 




9 Pratt Avenue 



LOVE IS IN THE AIR for Jenny Sullivan and David Bove. 



64 Seniors 




15 Trinity Circle 



85 Temple Road 



32 Curtis Street 



22 Lakeview Terrace 




Sdeacvict Santa 

29 Floyd Street 



35 High Street 



"HEY DOES ANYONE HAVE A DIME"? asks Dawn Dupuis. 



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21-5 Garden Lane 



P.O. Box 142 57 Seminole Avenue 



14 Calvary Street 





91 Summit Street 




&cec&4vU4Uc Spot* 

129 Myrtle Street 



WALTHAM HIGH'S GROCERY STORE with owners Debbie HaUowell and 
Gloria Hajian. 



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23 Colburn Street 




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1173 Trapelo Road 



TZane* Steve** 

177 Pine Hill Circle 



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10 Craven Circle 



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81 Gregory Street 




SteftAe* StwttU 

101 Amherst Avenue 





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228R School Street 



BLOWING IN THE WIND are Lisa Terrasi and Lynn Feeney. 



28 Cushing Street 



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20 Woodlawn Avenue 



Steven SutAenCcuut 

7 Crafts Street 



70 Colonial Avenue 



Steed ^awtt* 

277 Beal Road 




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42 Piedmont Avenue 



^f"^ „ _ .' { DON'T LOOK TOO HAPPY GIRLS, did Mr. Mac give you 3 and a C? Kim 

240 River Street , 

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339 Bacon Street 



37 Cedge Road 



12 Grove Road 



86 Silver Hill Lane 




8 Mechanics Street 



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Gaudet and Paula Sargavakian. 



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209 Mokema Avenue 



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10 Lindy Lane 



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427 Main Street 



46 Lakeview Avenue 




63 Milton Street 



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45 Dexter Street 



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33 Vernon Street 



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30 Livermore Road 




19 Keach Street 



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29 Candace Avenue 



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56 Dix Street 



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70 Ash Street 







116C Charlesbank Way 



137 Berkley Street 



66 Miriam Road 



8 Temple Road 




26 Fiske Street 



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176 Newton Street 



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24 Copley Avenue 



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The date: Friday, November 
fourteenth. The place: Waltham 
Senior High School. The time: 
7:30AM. Students throughout the 
building pour into their 
homerooms just as on any other 
day. This, however, is no 
ordinary day, for Homecoming 
'86 is about to begin. 

1:06PM: There is a great 
gathering in the school's 
gymnasium, where the 
celebration is being kicked off 



by way of a rally. Stationed to 
the far left of the entrance, the 
band sets the festive mood of 
the afternoon, and then brings 
everything to order with the 
rendition of the national anthem. 
The room is electric. 

Early events of the rally center 
around the football team's 
upcoming game aganist arch- 
rival, Newton North. An excited 
audience looks on with 
unanimous approval as the 



players maul a banner depicting 
the ever -hated Fig Newton 
(North) box. Then, as the Senior 
cheerleaders take to the floor, 
they are joined by the Senior 
members of the football team, 
who, not wanting to be lost in 
the crowd, accompany them in a 
victory cheer. This stirring 
display of school spirit simply 
cannot be described by mere 
words. 

Soon the main attraction of 



the rally is presented. Sandra 

Robichaud and John Maione are 

crowned this year's Homecoming 

Queen and King. Also feeling 

the thrill of victory are the 

members of their court: Juniors 

Lisa Attardo and Sean Flanagan, 

Sophomores Meredith Millerick 

and Bobby Felt, and Freshmen 

Monique Leger and David 

Maione. 

It is now the morning of 

(continued on page 75) 




74 Homecoming Parade 



(continued from page 74) 
Saturday, November fifteenth. 
Winding its way through the 
streets of Waltham is Waltham 
High School's pre -game 
"Squash - Newton - North - Like - A - 
Bug" parade. As an impressive 
array of home-made floats 
progresses towards Leary Field, 
spectators are particularly 
impressed by the Student Council 
"Figmobile," which sports a 
familiar Fig Newton box 



mounted on its roof (Most 
Original), and the volleyball 
team's decorated mobile playing 
court (Best Planned). Adding a 
touch of elegance to the parade 
are Sandra Robichaud and her 
court, who make their 
appearance in a horse-drawn 
carriage. 

Night has now fallen upon 
Waltham High, but the 
Homecoming extravaganza is not 
yet over. The football team has 



lived up to its promises of 
victory over the "Figs," and 
within the school's cafeteria, a 
celebratory dance is being held. 
Special guest DJ, Diana Steele, 
"Lady D." of KISS 108, supplies 
the music and announces the 
entry of the Homecoming 
Queens and Kings onto the floor 
for their traditional dance 
together. Also present are 
members of the football team 
who participate in a tense and 



competitive "best legs" contest. 

Judged by the ladies on the basis 

of noise, the two sets of 

victorious legs belong to proud 

owners, Richie LeBlanc and Tim 

Regan. 

11:30PM: Waltham High is 

empty. The dance has ended. 

Homecoming '86 has become a 

memory for all whom it 

touched. 

Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Holly Richardson 




A TIGHT SQUEEZE (left above) for Dave Power 

and Steve MacDonald . 

BASHFUL (below) Sandra Robichaud knows that 

looks are deceiving. 

OUR WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL SHOW 

BAND (left below) 



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Located deep within one of 
the hidden recesses of Waltham 
High is a small group of rooms 
which house the school's 
exceptional music department. 
Although most of us never even 
think of venturing into this part 
of the building, those who take 
band and choir courses come 
here five times a week for forty - 
five minutes a day to devote 
their time to learning various 
types of music, ranging from 



John Philip Sousa to Buddy Rich 
to Beethoven to Kirby Shaw. 

The first musical organization 
to get underway for the 1986-87 
school year was the Marching 
Band. During August, while you 
and I were sleeping away the last 
weeks of vacation, these people 
were already facing the horror of 
617 Lexington Street as they 
attended their second annual 
summer sessions at Waltham 
High. Here, they spent their time 



practicing songs, marching in 
time, and organizing formations 
under the leadership of head 
director Brent Ferguson, 
University of Lowell students 
Doreen and Sue Rinard and 
Louis Prosperie, and their on- 
the- field leader, Kara Baruch. As 
a result, the Marching Band was 
once again able to deliver the 
football game half-time shows 
that we have all become 

(continued on page 77) 



SHOWING OFF THE 
BAND UNIFORM (below) 
is the lovely Susan Barker. 




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CONCENTRATION ON STACCATO NOTES (above) are Andrea Rando, Marianne Burke, Tricia Huff, 
and Cathy Landry. 

PRACTICING FOR THE B.S.O. (left below) is Nancy Steinberg. 



GIVING IT ALL SHE'S 

GOT (center below) is Kara 
Baruch. 



PUTTING ON THE RITZ 

(below) is Andy Long 




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accustomed to, and to appear in 
both the Billerica Invitational 
Marching Band Competition and 
the Arlington Band Show. In 
these competitions, the band was 
awarded a third place trophy and 
a silver medal for outstanding 
music. 

During this time, our resident 
Show Choir and its dedicated 
director, Johanne Mclvor were 

(continued on page 78) 




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hard at work preparing for their 
entry in a national show choir 
festival/competition to be held in 
Chicago. In addition to all of the 
work required to perfect their 
numerous singing and dancing 
routines, they had many more 
tasks to perform before their 
chance at the big time. Among 
these were the choosing and 
fitting of costumes, the 
arrangement of transportation to 
(continued on page 79) 



JAZZ BAND IS OUR 
FAVORITE CLASS (right) 
- Melissa. Juliano and Ann - 
Marie Hanlon. 





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and from rehearsals, and, above 
all, the raising of money for their 
trip. By selling candy bars and 
"critters", singing at the Chateau 
and Piety Corner, and holding 
concerts, however, this obstacle 
was overcome (thanks in no 
small part to the support of the 
Show Choir parents). As of this 
writing, the Show Choir, whose 
members comprise the Jazz 
Choir, is also expected to display 
its talent at the New England 



Show/Jazz Choir Competition. As 
icing on the cake of the Show 
Choir's eventful year, Debbie 
Hallowell was selected by 
audition to perform in the 1987 
MMEA Northeast District 
Chorus. 

Also enjoying successful years 
were the Wind Ensemble and 
Orchestra, which are made up of 
the music department's most 
talented and dedicated 
instrumental musicians. Among 
the several accomplishments of 



these groups were the selection 
of Kara Baruch, Lisa Noke, and 
Nancy Steinberg for participation 
in the 1987 MMEA Northeast 
District Orchestra, and that of 
Dennis Mullane and Lisa Noke 
to perform in the University of 
Lowell Preparatory Wind and 
Jazz Ensemble. As a culmination 
of their year's work, the Wind 
Ensemble and Orchestra will be 
performing a commemorative 
concert in honor of John Philip 
(continued on page 80) 



PLAYING THE HIGH NOTES 

(left below) is Matt Lasker. 

"WHAT'S SO FUNNY" (right 
below) - Julie Clarke. 




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Sousa which will feature several 
pieces written by the late 
American bandmaster and 
composer. The Wind Ensemble 
and Orchestra were directed by 
Mr. Peter Lancto. 

Hit hard by schedule conflicts 
and alterations, the Jazz Band 
started off to a rough 86-87 
season. After losing several 
veteran and "rookie" members, 
among which were three trumpet 



players, to this difficulty, it 
became evident that finding 
music to fit this reduced band 
would not be easy. Despite this, 
frequent after school rehearsals 
and admirable effort helped the 
Jazz Band to overcome their 
problems and even enter the 
District Jazz Competition held at 
Beverly High School, and the 
New England Competition held 
at the University of New 
Hampshire. 



Looking back upon four yean 
in which we could always count 
on the presence of smoothly 
performed music at rallies, 
football games, and assemblies, i 
became apparent that we took 
Waltham High's music 
department for granted. What 
most of us did not realize was 
that behind each five minute 
song that we heard were hours 
of practice. Thanks to the 

(continued on page 81 



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READY TO JOIN A 

CHORUS LINE (above) is 

Donald Hosick. 

"I'VE GOT MORE ADS 

THAN YOU GOT" (left) 

says Lisa Noke to Rhonda 

Compton. 

TOTAL CONCENTRATION 

(far left) by Albert Velella. 

YOU LOOK MARVELOUS 

(below) Eric Weston. 

GETTING DOWN TO THE 

NITTY GRITTY (left below) 

is Shawn Callahan. 

A SERENADE (far left below) 

by Billy Burgess. 






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devotion of the band members 
and instructors, however, we did 
not need to think about this, 
and, if this devotion carries on, 
neither will any of Waltham 
High's future Senior classes. 
Thank you Mr. Thomas Dumas. 
. . Thank you Mr. Brent 
Ferguson . . . Thank you Mr. 
Peter Lancto . . . Thank you 
Mrs. Johanne Mclvor for your 
lively and fun -filled years. 

Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Lisa Noke 



THE CANDYMAN OF 
THE MUSIC DEPT (for 
left above) is Eric Grossman. 

LOOK...WE EVEN GET 
GLOVES (left above) is 
Jeannene Forbes. 

"ALL THE GIRLS LOVE 

ME" (right below) - Steve 
McCue. 



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ON (far left) ■ Jeff Miller and 
Andy Proia. 

SMILE JIM. ..THIS COULD 
BE YOUR BIG BREAK 

(above) - Jim Dempsey 



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Out Student *deaden&. 



1987 was a year which will 
stand out in United States 
history as one of political chaos. 
After the exposing of the Iranian 
arms sale scandal, Americans 
were forced to confront 
themselves with the disturbing 
question of who was really 
running our fair nation. 
Meanwhile, however, unbeknowst 
to the general public, a similar, 
yet far more burning question 
was being raised by students in 
the city of Waltham, 
Massachusetts. They simply 



wanted to know who was the 
crew of Waltham High School's 
ship of state. An answer was 
demanded, and here it is. (This 
is kinda like "60- minutes". ..but 
different.) Providing the general 
government for the entire school 
during this time was the 1986-'87 
Student Council. Chris Buckley, 
Waltham High's "Rock of 
Gibraltar," reigned as president 
of this organization whose other 
members included Matt 
Gallagher (Boys VP), Amy 
Ferolito (Girls VP), Kara 



Holmquist (Corresponding 
Secretary), Judith Linnehan 
(Recording Secretary), and 
Lynne Dempsey (Treasurer). 
Additional administration was 
supplied by the Student Advisory 
Council which was led by the 
iron -fisted Lisa Giovanetti and 
her Vice President, Stephen 
Goodwin. Their staff consisted 
of seniors Janet Maclnnis, Karen 
Connelly, and Chris Buckley, and 
juniors Ann Dacey and Steve 
Walsh. Together, the two 
Student Councils, with the 



guidance of Mr. Stephen 
Goodwin (Sr.), coordinated the 
majority of student activities at 
W.H.S. Notable among these 
were two blood drives, the 
student Santa program, the 
homecoming festivities, and 
several rallies and dances. They 
also served as the voice of 
W.H.S. student body at school 
committee meetings and were 
especially instrumental in 
expressing our negative opinion; 
on the proposed "8-period" 
schedule. (continued on page 83 




CLASS OFFICERS - (top left) Class Secretary - Sara 
i and Class President - Andy Kasper. 

DENT COUNCIL - (top right) President - Chris 
ley and Girls' Vice-President - Amy Ferolito. 




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(continued from page 82) 

Subtly operating behind the 
scenes of Waltham High's 
complex government were the 
officers of the National Honor 
Society. Elected into office in the 
spring of '86 by the eighteen 
initial members of the Honor 
Society, these leaders were Janet 
Cloherty (President), Janet 
Maclnnis (Vice-President), Ravi 
Mallela (Treasurer), and Jean 
Demeo (Secretary). During their 
year in power these officers 
brought honor (sorry about the 



pun) to Waltham High School 
by organizing several "Good 
Samaritan-" type activities. Aside 
from helping out with the 
student Santa program, the 
Honor Society also contributed 
its time to an American Heart 
Association phone-a-thon, a 
Christmas dinner for retarded 
citizens at Bentley College, a 
voter registration drive, and a 
constantly active tutorial 
program. 

Perhaps most familiar to the 
Class of '87 were its own Class 



Officers. Andrew Kasper (a.k.a. 
Ralph Lauren), our fearless 
President, shared his pedestal of 
power with Emma Caruso (VP), 
Sara Cohn (Secretary), and Kim 
Savage (Treasurer). They not 
only aided in such activities as 
the blood drives and the 
organization of dances, but also 
handled some big time 
responsibilities such as the class' 
gift to the school, and that gala 
of galas, the prom. In addition, 
the Class Officers must continue 
to function long after graduation 



in order to plan our 5th, 10th, 
20th, and 30th year reunions. 

That, my friends, is how the 
Waltham High School Empire 
was managed during your stay 
there. I know, it's a lot to absorb 
all at once, but someday these 
people may be involved in major 
league politics and it might be a 
good idea to know what makes 
them tick. 

Article by Nick Kontos 

Layout by Lisa Noke 




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CLASS OFFICERS - (above left) Student Council ■ Boys' Vice-President ■ Matt Galltghet and our Nations! Honor Society Secretary -Jean Demeo. 
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - (above center) National Honor Society President -Janet Cloherty and Vice-President Janet Maclnnis. 



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Flowers on St.Valentine's 
Day... what could be more 
touching? They're as traditional 
as Mom's apple pie, the World 
Series, McDonald's, the 
Flintstones, truth, justice, and the 
American Way! Let it never be 
said that Waltham High is one 
to shirk these customs. Once 
again, in February of 1987, red, 
pink, and white carnations filled 
our halls as the result of an 
extremely successful sales effort. 



For the second straight year, 
the carnation drive was run by 
the Student Council, whose 
treasurer, Lynne Dempsey, 
handled the main organizational 
burdens. Backing them up were 
faculty advisors Mr. Stephen 
Goodwin and Mr. Anthony 
Piantedosi, and a task force of 
helpers which included National 
Honor Society members, student 
volunteers, and the homeroom 
representatives who distributed 



the flowers. 

As a result of their work - 
and a one -day setback in sales 
caused by a "devastating" snow 
storm - over ten thousand 
carnations were sold and 
delivered by the end of the drive. 
As for money, the final numbers 
were quite impressive. Of the 
$9,500 grossed by the sale, the 
Student Council was able to rake 
in a profit of over $4,700. This 

(continued on page 85) 




HERE'S A PAIR THAT BEATS A FULL 
HOUSE (left above) Noel Rowland and Lynn a.k.a 
Pam Feeney. 

WE'RE SO BASHFUL! (right above) Lisa Mola 
and Cheryl Saltalamacchia. 

LOVE IS IN THE AIR (right) for Joanna Casey 
and Tom Henry. 

GOOD FRIENDS (far right) Larry Coppola and 
Michelle Brunaccini. 




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(continued from page 84) 
marked the second consecutive 
year in which more than $4,500 
was raised. 

Where, you might ask, did all 
of this money go? Well, have no 
fear. Just as in every preceeding 
year, the funds raised by the 
carnation drive were turned over 
to our guidance department to 
be distributed among certain 
seniors as scholarships at the end 
of the school year. 

Of at least equal importance 



as this, however, was the effect 
of the carnations themselves on 
the atmosphere of the school. 
While, in other cities, students 
were probably following their 
routine schedules, here, we were 
constantly reminded of the fact 
that it was Valentines Day. What 
else is there to say? Just chalk 
another one up for good old 
American and Waltham tradition. 
Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Holly Richardson 



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I GAVE ALL MY FLOWERS TO MY SISTER (left above) 
Michelle and Michael Feeley. 

THE HOCKEY STAR GETS THE GOOD LOOKING CIRL 
(right above) Lisa Richard and Tom I.eBlanc. 

YOU DON'T HA YE TO LOOK SO HAPPY GIRLS! ( left ) 
Michelle Woods, Charlene Brown, Donna Bisson, and Brendfl White 



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For eight weeks during this 
winter, the Waltham High Stage 
became 17th century Salem, as 
the high school drama 
department put together an 
outstanding production of Arthur 
Miller's The Crucible. Written in 
the 50's during the McCarthy 
hearings, Miller wanted to 
demonstrate the ulterior motives 
of the vindictive, power -hungry 
people involved in the Salem 
witch trials and their 1950's 
counterparts. 

Director Ms. Kay LaShoto 



and assistant director senior Lana 
Jurigian had a tremendously 
talented cast to work with. 
Starring as Elizabeth and John 
Procter, two innocents who are 
accused of witchcraft, were 
senior Kara Baruch and junior 
Scott Perry. Elizabeth is accused 
by Abigail Williams (senior 
Nancy Steinberg) who had had a 
previous affair with John. John is 
jailed when he tries to prove to 
the court (Deputy Governor 
Danforth, played by senior Jon 
Williams, and Judge Hawthorne 



played by junior Danny 
Lynnworth) that the girls who 
are accusing innocent people are 
frauds. He brings his house -girl, 
Mary Warren (sophomore Jill 
Livoti) to prove this to the 
court, but Abigail convinces the 
court, and Mary, otherwise. 
Other major roles were played by 
seniors: Rick Daly portrayed 
Reverend Parris, Abigail's uncle, 
who sends for Reverend Hale 
(Sean Biggins), an expert in the 
demonic arts. Other senior roles 
(continued on page 87) 



ELIZABETH PROCTER (far right above) is portrayed by Kara 
Baruch. 

JOHN PROCTER AND REBECCA NURSE (right above) 
Scott Perry and Karen Burke. 

PARRIS, DANFORTH, AND PROCTER (below) Rick Daly, 
Jon Williams, and Scott Perry. 

GILES COREY (right below) Paul Tirone. 



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were Ann Putnam (Lisa 
McDonald), and Giles Corey 
(Paul Tirone). The parts of both 
Rebecca Nurse and Marshal 
Herrick were played by the 
versatile Karen Burke. Lynne 
Coxall was the show's props 
manager, while Vicki Parent and 
Don Hosick were in charge of 
tickets. The remainder of the 
cast was comprised of Michelle 
Learned, Angela Parente, Trista 
Repassy, Stacy Porter, Dan 
Steinberg, Kevin Hill, Karen 



Pensyl, and Dave Demerjian. 

The entire cast and crew did a 
spectacular job with three 
performances on March 4th for 
the junior class, and at night on 
the 5th and 6th. After the last 
show, the cast was both relieved 
and sad at its end, but all these 
talented actors were already 
looking forward to the next 
show! 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Nancy Steinberg 




ABIGAIL WILLIAMS (left above) Nancy Steinberg. 

REVEREND HALE AND DANFORTH (above) Sean Biggins and 
Jon Williams. 

THE DIRECTORS (left below) Lana Jurigian and Ms. LaShoto. 

THE CREW (below) Top: Lisa Bruner, Danielle Tousignant, and 
Lana Jurigian. Bottom: Lynne Coxall, Marie Lombard!, and Mike 
Murphy. 




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Faster than a speeding guitar 
solo ... more agile than Mikhail 
Barishnikov ... able to shake, 
rattle, and roll in the space of a 
single drum beat. Look ... up on 
the stage ... it's A Chorus Line 
... it's the Solid Gold Dancers 
... its the WALTHAM HIGH 
DANCE THEATRE! 

Under the guidance of 
director, producer, choreographer, 
and power pack, Ms. Debbie 
Peros, the Dance Theatre burst 



onto the Waltham High scene in 
the '85 -'86 school year. Its 
presence was made known quite 
quickly by way of a number of 
impressive performances. Among 
these were the Dance Theatre's 
appearances at the Health Fair, 
Fine Arts Day, Senior Awards 
Night, and a hospital benefit 
show. At these events, Ms. Peros' 
dancers displayed their skill at a 
variety of different musical styles. 
Standout songs from their 



selection included Elvis' Jailhouse 
Rock, Rodeo by the Doobie 
Brothers, Aretha Franklin's 
Freeway of Love, and Mister 
Mister's Broken Wings. 

The second annual Waltham 
High Dance Theatre sports an 88 
member cast which includes both 
boys and girls from the freshman 
through senior classes. By 
rehearsing intensively (14-15 
hours per week for 8 weeks) in 
(continued on page 89) 





DONT DROP ME NOW 

(top) Monica Feetham and 
Donny Hosick. 

PRETEND TO HUG 
YOUR TEDDY BEAR 

AND SMILE! (left above) 
Crissy Guiliette and Amy Ferolko. 

WE ACTUALLY LEARN 
THIS IN DANCE 
THEATRE (right above) 
Krissy Bankosky and Julie Barry. 

HURRY AND TAKE THE 
PICTURE KARA CANT 
HOLD THIS MUCH 
LONGER (right) Michelle 
Brunaccini, Monica Feetham, 
Erin Sullivan, Julie Barry, and 
Kara Howley. 



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(continued from page 88) 
the early months of the '86 -'87 
school year, they were able to 
perform two near sell-out dance 
concerts on November sixth and 
seventh. On these dates, the 
Dance Theatre revealed a new 
group of popular numbers that 
added to its already extensive 
repertoire. These included 
Dancing on the Ceiling by 
Lionel Ritchie, Stand by Me by 
Ben E. King, Little Richard's 
Great Gosh Almighty, and 



Loverboy by Billy Ocean. 

Ms. Peros hopes to see the 
return of the Dance Theatre next 
season and for each successive 
year after that. Thanks to her 
efforts, and those of her 
students, Waltham High now has 
its own resident dancing 
"machine;" once again making it 
unique among neighboring high 
schools. 

Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Holly Richardson 



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WHAT ARE YOU 
POINTING AT? (left above) 
Paul Tirone, Donny Hosick, 
Randy Doiron, and Billy 
Corcoran. 

WE HAVE NO PROBLEM 
WITH THIS POSE GIRLS 

(right above) Donny Hosick, 
Billy Corcoran, Randy Doiron, 
and Paul Tirone. 

THE SENIORS IN DANCE 

THEATRE (left) Top.Michelle 
Brunaccini, Kara Howley, Amy 
Ferolito, Erin Sullivan, Krissy 
Bankosky, and Debbie D A more 
Middle: Julie Barry, Debbie 
Fisher, Crissy Guillette, Lisa 
Melanson, and Monica I-'cctham. 
Bottom: Paul Tirone. Billy 
Corcoran, Randy Doiron. and 
Donny Hosick. 






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Dance Theatre 89 



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Contrary to popular belief, 
children under the age of five 
are far more than just Sesame 
Street burnouts. I mean, we've all 
been there before; and while 
some of us got progresssively 
more simple-minded with age, I 
think it is safe to say that, at 
that stage of life, our minds 
were far more complicated than 
most of our elders thought. 

For this reason, Waltham High 
has established its own "Child 



Care" program. Here, students 
are informed about the social, 
physical, and emotional 
development of pre -five- year - 
olds informed about the social, 
physical, and emotional 
development of by way of 
regular classroom instruction and 
hands-on training 

The first half of this two-part, 
ten -credit course is, more or less, 
a conventional learning 
experience. As is stated in the 



almighty Waltham High School 
Course Catalog, students enrolled 
here "...will explore possibilities 
for educational development in 
child care ... and gain an 
understanding of the growth and 
learning patterns of young 
children." This information serves 
to pave the way for those who 
opt to enter the Child Care 
program's second half. 

Here, the fun really starts as 

(continued on page 91) 



MISS CHILD CARE - (top) 
Erin Corcoran working with 
students at Northeast Elementary 

READING A STORY - 

(bottom left) Aida Torres with a 
student at Waltham Day Care. 

PAINTING - (bottom right) 
Maria Santa with several students 
at Waltham Day Care. 





(continued from page 90) 
the students involved actually get 
to care for some "childs." 
"where are these 'childs' found," 
you might ask. "Just where you 
would expect them to be, "I 
might answer. At 11:37 each day, 
the "Child Care People" are 
released from school and sent to 
various local day care centers 
and elementary schools. In order 
to fulfill the course requirement, 
they each must spend a 



minimum of seven hours per 
week at their assigned station. 

Such is the life of a child care 
student. A drudgery? Maybe; but 
knowing that this is how the 
future moms and teachers of 
America are being trained kind 
of makes you wish you were a 
kid again. 

Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Lisa Noke 



"WHAT ARE YOU SMILING AT, NOELLE?" (left) Noetic 
Rowland. 

"THIS IS MY MATH TEACHER" - (right) Patricia Huff at Green 
Acres. 




Child Care 91 



Sevtivt Tieuue - /4 ^W time fat aCC 



When I first learned that I 
would be responsbile for writing 
the yearbook article on the 1987 
Senior Revue, I realized that 
there was only one course of 
action to follow: I would have 
to go Undercover. 

It was an Arctic night in early 
February when I showed up 
along with my fellow Senior 
Revuers at Waltham High's 
Robinson Auditorium for our 
first rehearsal. Here, we met the 



three people who would be our 
mentors for the next several 
weeks: Mr. Robert "Head 
Honcho" Eagle, Mr. Edward "88 
Fingers" May, and Ms. Deborah 
"Fast Forward" Peros. 

In the following rehearsals, we 
proceeded to learn how to sing 
"all those songs that you know 
you've heard before but can't 
remember where." Among these 
were Lullaby, Beautiful Baby, 
and That's Arnore, and a host of 



others. Providing a touch of 
variety to this were a series of 
dance practices which were 
choreographed to Party Train, 
Party All the Time, Surfing 
U.S.A., Jingle Bell Rock, and 
some Halloween song that I 
don't think any of us knew the 
name of. Meanwhile behind the 
scenes, as I learned through my 
extraordinary undercover talents, 
M.C.'s were trained, soloists were 
tuned, and small group acts were 



created. 

Before we knew it, showtime 
had arrived; and what a show it 
was! For Act I, we sang, as an 
ensemble, the numbers we had 
been absorbing for the last 
month and a half (right after 
each soloist, of course). Humor 
was injected between each song 
by our five M.C.'s, Andy Proia, 
Andy Kasper, Chris Gelinas, Lisa 
Giovanetti, and Julie Clarke, who 
(continued on page 93) 




92 Senior Revue 



(continued from page 92) 
were taught their trade by former 
Waltham High Senior Revuer, 
Mark "The Animal" Proia. Also, 
just to keep the audience on its 
toes, two radical musical changes 
were supplied by "Beastie Boys" 
Ed Murphy, Kara Holmquist, 
and Ron Harris, and student 
rock band "Silver Snow." 

Act II, as planned by Mr. 
Eagle, was arranged as a 
chronicle of the year's holidays 



and seasons. Beginning and 
ending with a New Year's 
celebration, this part of the show 
included all of our dance 
numbers and individual and 
group skits. Among the standout 
acts presented here were School 
Days (a piano duet by Debbie 
D'Amore and Jeff Williams), 
Doo - Wah - Diddy (a lip- 
sync/dance/skit), and Filenes (a 
girls' singing number). 

So what if we had to sweat 



under hot lights for all of Act I? 
So what if we wore the same 
outfits for three consecutive 
shows? So what if we slept 24 
hours on the Sunday after the 
last show? As my last 
"undercover" discovery, I found 
that the general feeling among 
the Senior Revuers was that of 
the old cliche, "It was worth it." 

P.S. Thanks to Mr. Eagle... 
For putting up with us for much 
longer than we would have put 



up with us. 

Mr. May For being a 

piano force and 
a real cool guy 
too. 
Ms. Peros... For being Ms. 

Peros. 
Mark Proia.. For staying up 
past his 
bedtime. 
Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Holly Richardson 




Senior Revue 93 "\ 



PRETTY IN PINK! (top left) is Debbie Hallowell. 

WHAT A GUY! (top right) Chris Sarkisian. 

ALWAYS IN STEP (bottom left) Sara Cohn. 

YOU'RE GONNA BE SORRY NOW! (bottom right) Ed 
Murphy. 





SWEATER FROM IRELAND, PANTS FROM TELLOS', 
MAKE-UP BY MAYBELLINE (top far left) Paul Pokier. 

A DETOUR ON THE ROAD TO STARDOM (top left) for 
Carl Manganelli. 

TYING THE KNOT (right below) are Jamie Brennan and Julie 
Clarke. 

THESE OUTFITS ARE MAKING A COMEBACK (bottom 
left) Andrea Rando, Sara Cohn, and Jenny Sullivan. 

THE CASUAL MALE (bottom right) Nick Kontos. 






Senior Revue 97 



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The mystical, magical evening 
of April 11, 1987 will linger in 
the minds and hearts of many 
for years to come. The makings 
of a memory, or rather the 
Waltham High School Junior 
Promenade, was held at the 
beautiful Hillcrest by and for the 
Class of 1988. 

For many, this memory began 
with the breathtaking vision of 
their dates, the awkward pinning 
on of a corsage, the endless 
flashing from their parents' 



cameras, and a luxurious 
limousine ride. 

The memory continued as 
black, white, and gray limousines 
pulled up to the main entrance 
of the Hillcrest to let off their 
fairy-tale couples. This special 
night would last only a few 
hours, but would be filled with 
so many memorable moments. 

The couples danced and 
talked the night away. Laughter 
and romance filled the air along 
with great gushes of happiness. 



A twinkle of pleasure was seen 
in many juniors eyes and smiles 
were apparent on everyone's 
faces. Our Cinderella for the 
evening, Kerry Davis, was chosen 
as prom queen and the magic of 
the night continued to engulf 
many. The night passed much 
too quickly and it was soon time 
for the last song. The prom itself 
drew to a close at midnight, but 
the memories continued long 
past this hour with parties and 
beaches. 



Unfortunately, the memory 
ended the next morning when s 
who attended the junior prom 
could only look back and refta 
with brilliant smiles upon their 
faces as they pondered their 
special evening. It was then, th; 
the Waltham High School Juni< 
Promenade became but a 
glorious memory. 

Article by Michelle Learne 
Layout by Michele Bruce 





98junior Prom 



OUR JUNIOR PROM QUEEN - (top left) Kerry Davis. 

A CHARMING COUPLE - (top right) Tim King and 
Maureen Carey. 

DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY - (bottom left) Jen 
Antico and Carl Cincotta. 

...AND THEY CALL IT PUPPY LOVE - (center) Michelle 
Learned in a trance. 

TIME OUT FOR A PICTURE - (bottom right) Chuck 
Feeley, Michele Bruce, Christine DeFilippo, and Dave Power(s). 




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"Hey you! Empty that bedpan!' 
This is not a very easy order to 
take seriously, let alone carry out. 
Yet, for the group of senior girls 
who spent their first two years in 
Waltham High's "Health Careers" 
program, such a task is just part 
of the routine. 

The disposal of bodily wastes, 
however, is merely a trivial bit of 
what these iron -willed ladies 
have learned through this 



interesting and unusual course. 
Health Careers is specially 
designed to provide information, 
experience, and a general head 
start for students who are 
seriously considering a future in 
therapy, nursing, or any of 
several other health -related 
professions. A major part of the 
program, as a matter of fact, 
concerns itself with identifying 
and describing the many types of 



these professions that are 
available in the working world. 

In addition, the first half of 
Health Careers spends a great 
deal of time covering topics such 
as first aid, medical terminology, 
and the fine arts of blood 
pressure reading, pulse taking, 
and many other basic medical 
procedures. 

In "year two" the students 
take this knowledge into one of 



five local health centers. Broken 
up into groups of two or three, 
they are required to spend three 
hours at their assigned center 
each Wednesday morning for six 
weeks. The second half also 
includes learning of human 
physiology, diseases, and medical 
issues being faced by today's 
society. 

Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Holly Richardson 




[ECKING OUT A BLOOD 

#UNT (top left) is Emms 



LOWING CARE AND 
T DERSTANDING - (top 
ht) is Susan Barker. 

PICTURE BREAK - 

ottom) for Lisa McCabe. 




100'Health Careers 



LOOK MA NO CAVATIES - (top left) Amy Ferolito. 

CHECKING THE SCHEDULE - (top right) is Marlene Enos. 

LENDING A HELPING HAND - (bottom) is Erin M. 
Sullivan. 











Health Careers 101 




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This spring, Waltham High 
was the site of office work, 
board meetings, and a party in 
the Executive Club. No, it wasn't 
a corporate takeover, it was the 
spring musical, How to Succeed 
in Business Without Really 
Trying, performed May 8th and 
9th. 

Under the direction of Mr. 
Larry Lowe, with help from 
choreographer Miss Debbie Peros 
and musical director Mr. Paul 



Katz, the drama department 
outdid itself in two hysterical 
performances that audiences 
aren't soon to forget. Spectators 
left the theater humming 
snatches of tunes such as 
Company Way, Coffee Break, 
Heart of Gold, and Brotherhood 
of Man. 

The plot centers around J. 
Pierrpont Finch (senior Sean 
Biggins) and his rise in the 
business world from lowly 



window washer to Chairman of 
the Board in the World Wide 
Wicket Company. Along the 
way, he is pursued, and finally 
captured, by secretary Rosemary 
Pilkington (junior Michelle 
Learned). The two are assisted in 
their rocky relationship by 
Rosemary's sarcastic but 
matchmaking friend Smitty 
(senior Nancy Steinberg). At the 
business end of the story, Finch 
(continued on page 103) 



OFFICE ROMANCE - (top 

left) Michelle (is this still puppy 
love) Learned and Sean Biggins. 

J.B. GETS THE COLD 
SHOULDER - (top right) Scott 
Perry and Sheila Gailius. 

NOT ON SATURDAY 
MORNING - (bottom right) 
Karen Burke scrubs the office. 




102 Spring Musical 



(continued from page 102) 
is smiled upon by the President 
of the company, J.B. Biggley 
(junior Scott Perry), but 
hindered by J.B.'s nephew, Bud 
Frump (senior Don Hosick) who 
is also trying to climb the 
corporate ladder. Although Bud 
tries to get Finch in trouble by 
planting him with J.B.'s 
curvaceous girlfriend Hedy 
LaRue (junior Shelia Gailius), 
and by ruining his attempts at a 
new advertising campaign, the 
unbeatable Finch survives by 
befriending the Chairman of the 



Board, Wally Womper (played 
by our very talented history 
teacher, Mr. Harold Walker). 
Other seniors involved were Kara 
Baruch, Karen Burke, Paul 
Tirone, and Jon Williams. 

The cast and crew did an 
amazing job with a very complex 
show, especially considering the 
fact that the show went up with 
only 18 rehearsals. Mr. Lowe, 
Miss Peros, and everyone else 
involved should be proud of a 
truly enjoyable show. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Nancy Steinberg 




NICE SUIT MR BRATT - (top right) Paul Tirone in the moilroom. 
BEEN A LONG DAY - (top left) Sean Biggins and Nancy Steinberg. 
COMPANY WAY - (bottom) Don Hosick and Mr. Lowe with the cast. 



Spring Musical 103 ^ 



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On April 27th of 1987, after a 
week -long leave of absence 
popularly known as "Spring 
Break," Waltham High's senior 
class reluctantly returned to the 
halls of its beloved school. 
Something, however, seemed to 
be different about this particular 
post-vacation crowd. While the 
premature suntans being sported 
by several of its members 
aroused some suspicion, even 



more curious was their strange 
new way of speaking. 
Throughout the building there 
echoed phrases such as "Holy 
party," "Holy lost luggage 
(baggage)," and "Holy Moped." 
Where did the connection lie? 
The answer, of course, was 
"Holy Bermuda." 

Yes indeed, for eight glorious 
days and seven glorious nights a 
large chunk of the senior class 



vacationed on that Fantasy Island 
of the Atlantic, Bermuda. Here, 
all that was required in order to 
find a good time was to hop on 
a moped and manage to arrive 
safely at a favorite beach, dance 
club, or hotel, where a party was 
usually in progress. Spreading 
themselves thinly at any and all 
of these affairs were the 
Bermuda Strollers, a residential 
(continued on page 105) 



ENJOYING THE COLLEGE 
WEEK CRUISE - (top left) 
Bottom Row - Krissy Bankosky 
and Michelle Brunaccini. Top 
Row - Linda Mullane, Emma 
Caruso, Lynn Feeney, Nicole 
Nowlan, and Charline Martin. 

"I FINALLY GOT MY 
FLOWERS, GIRLS! - (top 
right) Rob Camara. 




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GETTING A GOOD LOOK 
AT THE GIRLS - (above) are 
Bruce Nies, Jim O'Reilly, and Ed 
Irwin. 



Bermuda 



(continued from page 104) 

band which entertained and 
socialized with the Walthamites. 

For "foreigners," though, the 

seniors fared pretty well in 

Bermuda. At Elbow Beach and 

Horseshoe Bay, Waltham reigned 

supreme at just about all of the 

beach games. No part of the 

island was safe as seniors braved 

the sea during a two hour cruise 

and took to the streets where 



they found dance clubs - 40 
Thieves and Touch. 

Obviously, this only covers a 
bit of the Class of '87's week in 
Bermuda; but, as they say, "a 
picture is worth a thousand 
words." So, before this article 
gets that long, why not scan the 
next two pages and take in a 
few grand? 

Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Michelle Brunaccini 



HOLD ON TO JOHN, GUYS! - (top left) he may fall in. Rob Hazel, 
John Maione, Rick Griffin. Mark Hebert - kneeling. 

TIMMY, WHERE IS YOUR LUGGAGE? - (top right) Tim Regan. 

GIVING THAT BERMUDA LOOK - (bottom left) Cheryl Blais. 

MISS MICHELOB - (bottom right) The lovely Sandra Robichaud. 




Bermuda 105 




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Best Dressed 
Most Likely To Succeed 

Best Dancer 



Best All Around 

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Best Musician 



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Best In .Drama 




Class Clowns 

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Best Dancer 



Class Genius 



Best Vocalist 

lk-st Artist 

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Did Most For The Class 





^ 106 Senior Superlatives 




Senior Superlatives 



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For the past four years Mr. 
John Cox has served as the 
faculty advisor to the National 
Honor Society. He has sacrificed 
a considerable amount of his 
time to this organization and its 
members. The National Honor 
Society coordinates various 
activities throughout the year 
which include the Student Santa 
Program, the Tutorial Program 



and an American Heart 
Association Telethon. Mr. Cox 
plays a significant role in all 
these activities along with 
helping to coordinate the various 
senior activities at the close of 
the year. 

As the President of the 
National Honor Society I have 
worked closely with Mr. Cox this 
past year and can truly say I 



have never encountered a more 
sincere, friendly, dedicated 
teacher and advisor. In everything 
he strives for perfection and 
always gives 100 percent. 

Leadership, service, scholarship, 
and character are four qualities 
distinctive of N.H.S. members 
and especially of Mr. Cox. 
Above all he serves as an 
example for students, in which 



he encourages them to work up 
to their potential and strive for 
success. Mr. Cox has touched my 
life considerably this year and I 
am confident he will have the 
same effect on future students. 

Article by Janet Cloherty 

Layout by Lisa Noke 




108National Honor Society / Student Council 



OH! THAT WRITE UP! - (top left) Chris Buckley, Student 
Council President trying to explain what happened to Mr. 
Goodwin's writeup. 

N.H.S. VICE-PRESIDENT - (top right) Janet Maclnnis. 

WHATS THE DINNER CONVERSATION? - (bottom) Alan 
Penniman, Nick Kontos, and Matt Pecci. 




N.H.S. TREASURER - (top right) Ravi 
Mallela. 

PRESENTATION TO MRS. HUSSON 

- (top left) Janet Cloherty, Mrs. Husson, 
and Chris Buckley. 

SMILES OF JOY - (bottom) Matt Pecci, 
Dung Nguyen, and Rick Daly. 




110 National Honor Society / Student Council 



A STEADY HAND - (top left) Jean Demeo. 
HI! MY NAME IS ... - (top right) Dee Barber. 




National Honor Society / Student Council 111 A 



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Step by step we have made 
progress improving the book. 
This year we made a giant stride 
because of the effort of an 
outstanding staff. Four students 
have been with the yearbook for 
the past four years. They are: 
Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Turner, 
Editor Holly Richardson, and 
Sports' Editors Michelle 
Brunaccini and Kara Howley. 
These four young ladies gave a 



lot of time and effort on behalf 
of the book. Next I had the two 
best writers I have ever had, 
Literary Editors Nancy Steinberg 
and Nick Kontos. Our Senior 
Section Editor Karen Stevens 
worked for the past two years 
and also did an outstanding job. 
The last member of the staff 
was, without question, our most 
valuable member. Lisa Noke was 
more than just the Business 



Editor, she was the backbone of 
the book. Lisa chased down 
more sports' records, quotes, 
writeups, identifications, and all 
of the small task that add up to 
a huge contribution. As Business 
Editor, Lisa led the way with 56 
ads as this year the staff set a 
record for ads with over $26,500. 
Article by James McDonnell 
Layout by James McDonnell 



THE 1987 YEARBOOK 
STAFF - (below) Left to right 
Mr. James McDonnell - Advise 
Lisa Noke - Business Editor, 
Nancy Steinberg - Literary 
Editor, Michelle Brunaccini - 
Sports' Editor, Holly Richardsoi 
- Editor, Stephanie Turner - 
Editor-in-Chief, Karen Stevens 
Senior Section Editor, Kara 
Howley - Sports Editor, and 
Nick Kontos - Literary Editor. 



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112 Yearbook Staff 



THE HEAD HONCHOS (top left) Editor Holly Richardson and Editor-In- 
Chief Stephanie Turner. 

OUR TWO LITTLE CUTIES (top right) Business Editor Lisa Noke and 
Literary Editor Nancy Steinberg. 

"I'M THE ONLY ONE THAT GETS THE GUY" (bottom left) - Literary 
Editor Nick Kontos and Senior Section Editor Karen Stevens. 









Boys' Basketball 

Page 128 



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Sports 115 



Hawks prove mighty 

Finish 8 and 2 while playing a demanding schedule 



'W 



ho 

would 

have 



ever thought that the team 
picked to finish last in the 
Suburban League ratings 
would finish 8-2 overall?" 
Chris Gelinas 



When reflecting on this year's 
football season, senior offensive 
lineman Chris Gelinas noted, 
"Who would have thought that 
the team picked to finish last in 
the Suburban League ratings 
would finish 8-2 overall?" In 
fact, the Hawks' surprising year 
included being rated in the top 



ten for the whole season. 

The season started off 
dazzlingly, with an "almost 
perfect" (according to Chris) win 
over Lexington, 20-0. Of their 
many other wins, one of the 
most notable was the destruction 
of arch -rival Newton North for 
the excited homecoming crowd. 
After a festive parade, the Hawks 
proceeded to "fig Newton", the 
game ending in a fantastic 18-8 
win for Waltham. 

Personal achievements ran high 
this year, with Tim Regan 
receiving the Middlesex News 
Defensive Player of the Year and 
junior superstar Jerome Fuller 
being chosen as All -Scholastic, 
to name two. 



Jerome probably had the 
biggest impact on the team this 
year, leading the Hawks in 
touchdowns and yardage. 
However, Jerome couldn't have 
been the powerful force he was 
without quaterback Rich 
LeBlanc, the blocking of Tim 
Regan and Jack McCarthy, and 
the outstanding offensive line, 
which included Chris Gelinas, 
Claude Chiasson, Steve Meuse, 
Jorge Orta, and Steve Cotoni. 
Other senior members of this 
year's outstanding squad included 
Jimmy Crowley, Danny LeLievre, 
Billy Burgess, Steve Giangrande, 
Phil Brake, Paul Moon, and 
Mike McNally. 

Because of the loss of these 



and more extraordinary seniors, 
Fuller and company may have a 
little rebuilding to do next year, 
but their success is guaranteed il 
they are as hard-working and 
dedicated as this year's team. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Richie LeBlanc 




8 Wins 2 Losses 




WHS 


OPP 


Lexington 


20 





Revere 


13 





Quincy 


20 





Maiden 


12 


20 


Cambridge 


28 


21 

7 


Brookline 


21 


North Quincy 


12 





Somerville 
Newton North 


21 


16 


18 


8 


Brockton 


12 


20 




116 Football 



TRI-CAPTAINS AND 

THE COACH - (top left) 

Tim Regan, Rich LeBlanc, 

Coach McGovern, and Jorge 

Orta. 

INTERCEPTIONS WERE 

HIS SPECIALTY (above) 

Phil Brake with one of his 9 

interceptions. 

READY TO GO (right) is 

Danny LeLievre. 





"DON'T SLIP IN THE MUD" (left) Chris Gelinas drive 
blocking during the homecoming game. 

DROPPING BACK TO PASS (below) is quarterback 
Rich LeBlanc. 








SE ARCHING EOR A TARGET (left) against Brockton 
is Jorge (hra. 



OPENING A HOLE (above) for Jack McCarthy is Tim 

Regtn. 



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Football 117 A 



ALL SCHOLASTIC (below) and 
Middlesex defensive player of the year 
Tim Regan bows his head in disgust. 

BLOWING BY NEWTON NORTH 

(right) defender is quarterback Rich 
LeBlanc. 




SHOUTING ENCOURAGEMENT (above) to the team is Steve 

Giangrande. 

BREAKING THROUGH (right) is Jack McCarthy. 



118 Football 



"WE'RE # 1" (left) is the shout of the 
team following victory over "Fig" Newton. 

CHECKING FOR SIGNALS (below) is 
Ed Irwin. 









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INTENSITY (left above) is shown on the face of Paul 
"Moondog" Moon. 

GIVING THE SIGNALS (above) is Rich LeBlanc to the 
Hawk offense. 

TEAM PICTURE: (left) Front Row: Claude Chiasson, 
Billy Burgess, Jack McCarthy, Phil Brake, Tim Regan, Rich 
LeBlanc, Jorge Orta, Da ve Falzone, Mike Falzone, Larry 
Coppola, Ed Irwin, and Steve Giagrande. Second Row: Bob 
Forcier, Ed McGowan, Mike McNally, Steve Meuse, Mike 
Arsenault, Chris Gelinas, Steve Cotoni, Shawn McNamara, 
Paul Moon, Jim Crowley, Danny LeLievre, and Vernon 
MacLeod. Third Row: Ed Sarno, Mike Belskis, Tom 
Demeo, Tom Burke, Billy Cincotta, Steve Bclsanti, Steve 
lannelli, Frank McGovern, Jim Dupree, and Jack Daniels. 
Fourth Row: Coach Haitian, Tony Cincotta, Jim LeBlanc, 
Peter Bell, Derek Connolly, Joe Florio, Tony Vanaria, Steve 
Turcotte, and Frank Maguire. Fifth Row: Bob Fitzgerald, 
Jerome Fuller, Steve Goodwin, Tim Darcy, John Quarantn, 
Matt Pintabone, and Coach Doyle Sixth Row Head Coach 
McGovern, Coach Taranto, and Coach Annuzatta. 



119 



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An exciting season 

Another excellent coaching job by Mr. Graceffa 



SAVE THE DANCING FOR 
THE PROM (top right) Matt 
Gallagher. 

STREAKING DOWNFIELD 
FOR A SCORING 
OPPORTUNITY (top far right) is 
Matt Lasker. 

VIEWING THE ACTION ON 
THE FIELD (below right) is our 
head coach Mr. John Graceffa. 
WHAT FORM! (below far right) 
Tony D'Amico. 




8 Wins 5 Losses 4 Ties 



Somerville 

Arlington 

Maiden 

Everett 

North Quincy 

Cambridge 

Brookline 

Newton North 

Brockton 

Quincy 

North Quincy 

Cambridge 

Brookline 

Newton North 

Brockton 

Quincy 

Andover 



WHS 




OPP 

1 
3 
1 


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2 

1 



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1 

2 




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e 

reached 
the goal 
we set for ourselves at the 
beginning of the season. " 

Dave Power 



Picking up after a slightly 
disappointing 1985 season, the 
1986 boys' soccer team put 
together an outstanding squad 
whose victories ran high in terms 
of both the team and the 
individuals. Modest and 
understated as always, co-captain 
Dave Power said of the team, 
"We reached the goal we set for 
ourselves at the beginning of the 
season." Through hard work and 
dedication, the boys went as far 



as to qualify for the state 
tournament, where they played 
against Andover and "lost a 
heart-breaking game in two 
overtimes." 

The events in the Waltham 
season leading up to the 
tournament were the result of 
the efforts of a talent -ridden, 
persevering team. Two wins that 
demonstrated their superb 
athletic ability were over 
Brookline and Brockton. After 
losing in the last five minutes in 
the away game at Brookline, 
Waltham was ready for revenge 
when Brookline came here. Matt 
Lasker made the key goal in that 
game, and John Maione's 
amazing defense sent Waltham to 
victory. Dave commented;"The 
fact that we beat Brookline at 



home with everything going 
against us made this game the 
high point of the season. 

The Brockton win qualified 
the Hawks for the state 
tournament. The game was a 
hard one, but both offense and 
defense put on a shining display 
of talent and as a result, 
Waltham came out on top. 

The seniors on this year's team 
will be sorely missed. All four 
senior captains, Dave Power, 
Anthony D'Amico, John Maione, 
and Marcello Joniaux, were 
chosen as Suburban League All- 
Stars, and Marcello was an 
Eastern Mass All Star. He and 
Dave were the 1986 Outstanding 
Players, while Maione was 
awarded the MVP trophy. Other 
seniors on the team, who all 



contributed highly to the 
winning season were Matt 
Gallagher, Steve MacDonald, 
Matt Lasker, Dave Gibbs, John 
Maguire, Ray Pineau, Rodney 
Sautier, Eric Kampe, and Mark 
Davy. 

These graduating seniors will 
leave the 1987 team with their 
winners' attitude of hard work so 
that they can carry on the 
tradition of excellence of 
Waltham High Soccer. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Kara Howley 



WHAT'S THE MATTER MOOSH? (left) Cant you find 
the ball? Marcello Joniaux. 

WE ALL LOVE HAVING OUR PICTURE TAKEN 

(below) Marcello Joniaux, Dave Power, Tony D'Amico, and 
John Maione. Kneeling: Coach John Graceffa. 





WHO ARE YOU LOOKING AT DAVE? CHRISTINE? (left) Dave Powci 

TEAM PICTURE (above) Kneeling: Matt I.asker, Hrik Kampe, Tony D'Anmo.John Maioiu. MuCtllo 
Joniaux, Dave Power, Rodney Sautiet, and Matk Davies. Second Row: Cotchjohn (>'r.i< ctl.t. R.iy I'mcm. 
Dave Gibbs, Matt Gallagher, Steve Mac Donald, John Maguirc, and Mario C.aira. Third Row Ihvc AshneSS, 
Roody Romberg, Doug Locke, Greg Brutus, Mike Kramer, Kevin f'clton, Paul Joniaiux. Mario Zottoln, and 
Chris Cunio. 



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Battling to the end 



Girls are competitive for the entire season 

"Z 



he team 
worked 
together 
and never let down even 
though Waltham had half 
the number of players that 
Brockton did" 

Jean Demeo 

GETTING READY TO SCORE 

(top left) is Kim Savage, our 
leading scorer. 

THE LOOK OF 

DETERMINATION (top right) is 
shown on the face of Jean Demeo. 

SHE MAY BE SMALL, BUT 
SIZE ISN'T EVERYTHING 

(bottom left) just ask "Mo Flo" 
Maureen Florio. 

I HATE HAVING MY 
PICTURE TAKEN (bottom right) 
Lisa Champagne. 




5 Wins 11 Losses 



WHS OPP 



Newton North 

Brockton 

Quincy 

North Quincy 

Peabody 

Cambridge 

Brookline 

Medford 

Newton North 

Brockton 

Quincy 

North Quincy 

Peabody 

Cambridge 

Brookline 

Medford 





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1 

1 

3 

1 
5 

1 
1 

2 



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2 
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5 
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Contrary to what their 5-11 
record seems to show, this year's 
girls' soccer team had a 
respectable season which 
included many close games and 
a second half marked with 
definite improvement. The varsity 
squad was led by four talented 
senior athletes: Kim Savage, Lisa 
Champagne, Jean Demeo, and 
Maureen Florio. 

The season included many 
close and grueling games, but 
the highlight was the intense 



struggle with rival Brockton. 
Senior Jean Demeo said of the 
match, "The team worked 
together and never let down even 
though Waltham had half the 
number of players that Brockton 
did." The Hawks battled it out 
until the triumphant end, leaving 
Brockton nursing the wounds of 
a 1-0 Waltham victory. 

The amazing individual players 
in '86 gave spirit and dedication 
to the team, which increased 
performance tremendously. Kim 



Savage was the leading scorer for 
the Hawks, closely followed by 
outstanding sophomore Lynne 
Dempsey. In addition, Kim made 
the Suburban League All -Star 
team. Lisa Champagne (and her 
spectacular slide tackles) was the 
defense's anchor, while Jean 
Demeo was the team's most 
versatile player who did her job 
in any position she was needed. 
Captain Maureen Florio ensured 
the team's success with her 
outstanding overall playing and 



attitude that made her a well- 
respected leader. 

Many well seasoned players 
will be returning next year, 
among them junior Dee Barber, 
a goalie who made a tremendous 
amount of saves for the Hawks. 
Coach John Kelly will miss the 
four graduating seniors, but he 
will have a strong experienced 
team returning to continue with 
on the Hawks' road to success. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Michelle Brunaccini 





CO-CAPTAINS AND THE COACH (top left) 
Maureen Florio, Coach Kelly, and Kim Savage. 

KEEPING HER EYE ON THE BALL (top 
middle) is Lisa Champagne. 

A NEW DANCE STEP (top right) by Jean Demeo. 
TEAM PICTURE (left) Kneeling in Front: Jean 
Demeo, Maureen "Mo Flo" Florio, Kim "Sausage" 
Savage, and Lisa Champagne. Second Row: Alison 
Hardiman, Beth Schaufus, Lisa Tracy, Barbara 
Samaria, Alison Lobo, "Hi my name is" Dee Barber, 
Lisa DeVincent, and Amy Hardiman. Top Row: 
Coach Kelly, Jennifer Connors, Shelly LcBrun, Laurie 
Giunta, Brenda Florio, Lynne Dempsey, Meredith 
Lobo, and Dawn Famosi. 



Girls' Soccer 123 



Girls provide spirit 

Congratulations girls and thanks for your support! 



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he squad 
really 
pulled 

together and took pride in 
what they were doing. 
Everyone contributed their 
ideas for a routine to make 
the last rally a good one. " 
Kara Howley 

Often not given enough credit 
for their hours of work and 
dedication, cheerleaders are often 
overlooked when speaking of 
athletes. However, Waltham 



High's cheerleaders have proven 
that they work just as hard as 
any other team to encourage 
spirit on the playing fields and in 
the stands. 

The '86 football season 
proudly boasted not only an 
outstanding football team, but 
the most enthusiastic squad of 
cheerleaders the Hawks have ever 
seen. Led by captain Jen Tiano, 
the football cheerleaders, 
including seniors Michelle 
Brunaccini, Amy Ferolito, and 
Lisa Noke, cheered the team on 
to many fantastic victories. A 
particularly memorable game for 
the girls was against Somerville, 



where they outlasted a fall 
rainstorm and got very wet, but 
didn't let the spirit sag! Besides 
cheering at the two fall sports 
rallies and making candy bags 
for the players, the girls made up 
the traditional scrapbooks at the 
end of the season. 

The soccer cheerleaders had a 
challenging year, but all of their 
hard work paid off, as they 
contributed greatly to both the 
rallies and the success of the 
boys' soccer team. The two 
senior captains Renee Gobbi and 
Kara Howley, contributed greatly 
to the high achievements of the 
squad, filling in for the coaches 



when they could not attend 
practices and games. Despite a 
lack of practice toward the end 
of the season, the girls put on a 
good show at the closing rally. 
Kara noted that "The squad 
really pulled together and took 
pride in what they were doing. 
Everyone contributed their ideas 
for a routine to make the last 
rally a good one." 

Through the efforts of both 
squads of fall cheerleaders, the 
rallies and both the football and 
soccer seasons ended in success. 
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Layout by Michelle Brunaccini 




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squinting - Kara Howley, co- captain of our soccer 
cheerleaders. 



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by Renee Gobbi, co- captain of our soccer 
cheerleaders. 



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WHY IS JUDY IN FRONT OF YOU LORI? 

(above) Did you forget your skirt? Lori Gobbi 
and Judy Kendall. 




124 Soccer Cheerleaders 




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OUR TWO YEARBOOK CUTIES! (top) Lisa Noke and Michelle Brunaccini. 

ALWAYS ATTACHED ARE BEST FRIENDS (above) Jen Tiano and Amy 
Ferolito. 

COLD ON THE OUTSIDE, BUT WARM ON THE INSIDE (left) Michelle 
Brunaccini, Lisa Noke, Jennifer Tiano, and Amy Ferolito. 



Football Cheerleaders 125 



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Cheering on the Hawks 

The girls were there in good times and bad. 




lthough this 
wasn't a 
tournament 
year for us the season was 
definitely unforgettable." 

Debbie D'Amore 

The 1987 winter sports 
cheerleaders helped the basketball 
and hockey teams on to many a 
victory this year. With the spirit 
and enthusiasm that could only 



come from Hawks cheerleaders, 
they jumped and cheered their 
way through the season. 

Co -captains Deborah D'Amore 
and Kelli Roche lead the 
basketball cheerleaders through 
an exciting season. The squad 
included four more seniors: 
Andrea Rando, Lisa Puglielli, 
Krissy Bankosky, and Erin 
Sullivan. Of the season co- 
captain Debbie said "Although 
this wasn't a tournament year for 



us the season was definitely 
unforgettable." The most 
memorable game for her and the 
rest of the squad was "the 
victory over arch -rival Newton 
North - how sweet it was! By 
the last minute not a single fan 
on either side was still seated... 
or quiet," said Debbie. 

The same audience and 
cheerleader excitement came 
from the hockey team's 
performance this year, and senior 



cheerleaders Karen Courtney, 
Janice Gaudet, and Debbie Fishei 
will testify to that. 

The winter sports season was 
a victory filled one this year, and 
the players have the cheerleaders 
to thank for all their spirit and 
dedication. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Michelle Brunaccini 




HURRY AND TAKE THE PICTURE 

(top right) she can 't hold the pose much 
longer. Andrea Rando (doing split) and 
Lisa Puglielli. 

"I'M REALLY NOT ENJOYING 

THIS" (top left) Erin Sullivan. 

OUR TWO LOVELY CO-CAPTAINS 

(right) Debbie D'Amore and Kelli Roche. 



126 Cheerleaders 





AS PRETTY AS SHE LOOKS! (top left) Debbie DAmore. 

CHECK OUT THOSE LEGS! (top right) Erin Sullivan and Krissy Bankosky. 

A THREE POINT FIELD GOAL (bottom left) Kelli Roche. 

"I'M ENJOYING THIS ERIN" (bottom right) Andrea Rando. 




IN YOUR FACE (below) as Darrell Goodman rejects the shot. 

CO-CAPTAINS AND COACH (right) Standing: Marc Jordan 
and Matt Gallagher. Kneeling: Coach Joe Cacciatore. 




LOOKING DOWN COURT (above) is 

Mike Ryan. 

POSTING DOWN LOW (right) is Marc 

"Air" Jordan. 

DRIVING FOR THE STUFF (far right) is 

Matt Gallagher. 

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128 Boy's Basketball 




Hoopsters play tough 



Finish third in tough Suburban League 







eating Quincy 
as far as I'm 
concerned, 
was our most important 
victory. That game turned 
it around for us!" 

Marc Jordan 

Although the boys' basketball 
team finished a respectable third 
in the tough Suburban League, 
this year's squad played much 
"bigger" than that. The hoopsters 
started out at 0-6, and things 
looked mighty grim as they 
traveled to play Quincy away. 
"Beating Quincy as far as I'm 
concerned, was our most 
important victory," recalls co- 
captain Marc Jordan. "That game 
turned it around for us!" 

Of course, the player who 
"turned it around" was Darrell 
Goodman. "When he showed up, 
we woke up and started playing 
basketball," Jordan says of this 
smooth -shooting, 6' 2" senior. 



"Now we had someone to go to 
at crunch time." 

"Crunch time" came twice 
during the season, and both 
times the "crunch" was applied 
by arch -rival Newton North. 
Both games were Waltham 
victories, and the Tigers were 
never the same for the rest of 
the season. "Beating Newton 
North by one point, especially 
on the Tigers' home court, was 
my most memorable experience 
of the year," exclaims senior 
defensive stalwart Steve 
MacDonald. 

Hats off to those rugged, 
hustling seniors who turned a 
dismal 0-6 beginning into a 
source of pride: co- captain Marc 
Jordan, co- captain Matt 
Gallagher (second highest 
scorer), Darrell Goodman (top 
scorer), Steve MacDonald, Mike 
Ryan, Bruce Thibault, and Jim 
Crowley. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Christine DeFilippo 



AIR JORDAN EAT YOUR HEART OUT (above) is Steve MacDonald 
as he stuffs one through the cords. 

TEAM PICTURE Kneeling: Co-Captain Marc Jordan, Coach Joe 
Cacciatore, and Co -Captain Matt Gallagher. Standing: Steven Iannelli, Brian 
Black, Rob Guigno, Joe Florio, Mike Belskis, Darrell Goodman, Steven 
MacDonald, Bruce Thibault, Doug Keefe, Mike Ryan, Oyono Silva, and 
Stephen Belsanti. 



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8 Wins 


11 Losses 






WHS 


OPP 


Pcabody 


50 


65 


Medford 


52 


58 


Arlington 


35 


43 


Somerville 


29 


53 


Revere 


48 


51 


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Quincy 


63 


55 


Cambridge 


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North Quincy 


44 


41 


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Matches are very close 



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orth 
Quincy 
was one of 
the best teams in the 
league and we beat them at 
home. Other teams heard 
that we had won and were 
really intimidated by us. It 
gave us a good 
psychological edge." 

Lana Jurigian 

The 1986 girls' volleyball team 
started from scratch this year 
with a new coach, Lorraine 
Bogosian, and a varsity team that 
included only four returning 
seniors. Despite these apparent 
setbacks, the girls worked hard, 



starting practices in late August, 
and ended up with a season that 
showed marked improvement in 
court performance, although the 
record may not show it. Many 
matches were lost only two 
games to one, and those third 
games often came 
heartbreakingly close, such as the 
unforgettable home match 
against Brockton. 

There were many more 
complete wins this year than in 
recent seasons, and for that the 
team can be proud. The most 
memorable win of the season 
recalls senior co- captain Lana 
Jurigian, was against the top- 
ranked North Quincy team. 
"North Quincy was one of the 
best teams in the league," said 



Lana, "and we beat them at 
home. Other teams heard that we 
had won and were really 
intimidated by us. It gave us a 
good psychological edge." That 
win demonstrates how far 
Waltham volleyball has come, 
since North Quincy eventually 
made it to the State 
Championships. 

The spirited individuals on the 
team, especially the seniors were 
some of the reasons for the 
squad's overall achievements. Co- 
captains Lana Jurigian and Nancy 
Steinberg were respected leaders 
both on and off the court, and 
brought to the team their four 
years of experience, Lana as 
hitter and Nancy as setter. At the 
awards banquet at the end of the 



season, Lana was chosen Most 
Dedicated while Nancy was 
awarded the MVP Trophy. Dina 
Pallone, the Unsung Hero, was a 
powerful hitter, a solid blocker, 
and the team's star server while 
Debbie Fisher contributed 
enthusiastically in any area 
needed, whether it was offense 
or defense. Seniors Chin-Mei Yu, 
Daisy Aviles, and Patty Chiasson 
anchored down the successful JV 
team and all earned trophies at 
the season's end. 

Since the majority of the 
varsity team was underclassmen, 
next year's squad should be 
fearsome. The graduating seniors 
wish them the best of luck! 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
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Brookline 




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Cambridge 




North Quincy 




Newton South 




Brockton 




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Newton North 
Boston Latin 




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Quincy 




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Brookline 




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Cambridge 




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Newton North 




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CAPTAINS AND THE 
COACH - (left) Nancy 
Steinberg, Coach Lorraine 
Bogosian, and Lana Jurigian. 

A PERFECT SET - (right) by 
Patty Chiasson. 



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INTENSE CONCENTRATION - (top 
left) is shown by Chin-Mei Yu. 

READY TO GIVE IT A RIDE (top 
middle) is Debbie Fisher. 

KEEPING THE BALL IN PLAY - 

(top right) is Dina Pa I lone. 

TEAM PICTURE - (bottom) Kneeling - 
Karen Conti, Debbie Fisher, Nancy 
Steinberg, Lana Jurigian, Dina Pallone, and 
Karen Collins. Standing - Maryanne 
McNamara, Julie C.hiasson, Melanie Rogers, 
Nicole Ashes, Sandy Pallone, and Lorraine 
Bogosian. 



Girls' Volleyball 131 



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Boys finish first 



Both teams have an outstanding season. 



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e skied 
strong 
and hard 

to have a very successful 

season. " 

Rob Hazel 

Slaloming across Prospect Hill 
this winter could be seen one of 
Waltham High's little -recognized 
but highly successful teams: the 
ski team. Coach Vaughan 
oversaw the practices of the 
boys' and the girls' teams, both 
of which sent seniors to race in 



the State Championships. 

The girls' team which included 
senior members Dina Pallone 
(captain), Sheryl Guarini, 
Christine Crowe, and Carolann 
Guadagnino, ended a great 
season by finishing fourth in 
Division 1. Not only did all four 
senior girls contribute in all four 
races, but outstanding showings 
were made particularly by Chris 
Crowe and Dina, this year's star 
racer, who placed 17th in the 
State Championships. 

The boys had an even more 
impressive season, finishing first 



in Division 1 this year! Two of 
the highest -placing seniors were 
co -captains Rob Hazel coming 
off a broken foot to end up 
finishing third and fifth in two 
races, and Bill Corcoran, the star 
of the boys' season, who placed 
second, fifth, and eighth in three 
races. Both boys went to the 
States, along with Matt Lasker, 
Bob LeLievre, Eric Weston and 
junior Tom Burke, who finished 
all four races in the top 20. Matt 
placed 11th, 19th, 22nd, and 9th 
respectively, while Bob pulled off 
9th, 14th, and 18th places. Other 



seniors who ensured the success 
were Chuck Harris, Randy 
Doiron, and Dave Tobin. Of this 
highly accomplished team of 
skiers captain Rob Hazel said 
"We skied strong and hard to 
have a very successful season." 

This more than successful 
season has surely cleared the 
path for more success in future 
years. Congratulations to both 
the boys' and girls' teams, and 
good luck to Waltham High's 
future skiers! 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Michelle Brunaccini 




"ARE YOU SURE WE HAVE A RACE TODAY (left 

above) is Christine Crowe and Sheryl Guarini. 

HEADING FOR THE GATE (right above) is Eric "Chin 
to Win" Weston. 



\3*2i Skiing 





"HEY KEN, WHERE 
DO YOU WANT THE 
GATES?" (left above) is 
Chuck Harris. 

TAKING A STROLL 
THROUGH THE 
COURSE (right above) is 
Dina "Bambino" Pallone. 

SENIOR TEAM 
MEMBERS (left) Rob 
Hazel, Dave Tobin, Bill 
Corcoran, Chuck Harris, 
Bob LeLievre, Christine 
Crowe, Carolann 
Guadagnino, and Dina 
Pallone. 



Skiing 133 



Practice payed off 

Seniors serve as good role models 



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ne of the 
major goals 
of the swim 
team this year, was to 
continue to keep the strong 
bond of friendship and 
unity that has kept the 
swim team a closely-knit 
group of fit women 
athletes. " 

Ms. Liz Poisson 

"One of the major goals of 
the swim team this year," stated 
assistant coach Ms. Liz Poisson, 
"was to continue to keep the 



strong bond of friendship and 
unity that has kept the swim 
team a closely-knit group of fit 
women athletes." With ease the 
team accomplished this, and 
much more. 

In practice and in the meets, 
what the girls were striving for 
was personal bests to improve 
their times or scores in specific 
events. To do this, they worked 
on endurance, new dives, turns, 
and a general streamlining of 
style. The long practices in the 
Brandeis pool payed off, as every 
member of the team shaved off 
a few seconds or even minutes 
from their times each time they 



swam in an event. 

The swim team's seniors 
served as outstanding role 
models for the younger 
swimmers, exemplifying 
sportmanship in their 
concentration and dedication. 
Ann Marie Mazzocchi, the team's 
captain, pushed herself to the 
limit and became a powerful 
swimmer as well as the team's 
leader. Coach Poisson said of 
senior Debbie D'Amore simply 
that she personified "dedication, 
commitment, and style." Chris 
Crowe was the much -needed 
comic relief for the squad, while 
Missy Alarie was the helper, 



always to be depended on by the 
rest of the team. Finally, Krissy 
Bankosky, the diver for the 
Hawks, was a true athlete who 
broadened her repetoire and 
improved her techniques 
throughout the season while 
performing fearlessly at meets. 

These seasoned athletes trained 
hard, swam long distances, 
sprinted like lightning, and ended 
their sessions at Brandeis happy 
and proud that they had been a 
part of the team. 

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Cambridge 


67 


77 


Quincy 


55 


73 


Weymouth North 


71 


59 


Brookline 


55 


81 


North Quincy 


47 


84 


Woburn 
Newton North 


69 


59 


57 


93 



COACHES AND CAPTAIN - 

(top left) Phil Richmond, Ann 
Marie Mazzocchi, and Liz 
Poisson. 

"I'M NOT GETTING MY 
HAIR WET!" - (right) Debbie 
D'Amore. 

"EAT YOUR HEART OUT 

MR. VIENS!" - (bottom left) 
Christine Crowe. 



134 Girls' Swimming 




"LAPS? YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING!" - (top left) Missy Ahrie. 

OUR #1 CAPTAIN - (top right) Ann Marie Mazzocchi. 

O.K. FOOTBALL PLAYERS - WE CHALLENGE YOU - (bottom left) 
Missy Alarie, Ann Marie Mazzocchi, Debbie DAmore, and Christine Crowe. 

QUIET PLEASE SHE IS TRYING TO CONCENTRATE - (bottom 
right) Krissy Bankosky. 




Girls' Swimming 135 



Matmen show strength 

A sub-par record, but a very fulfilling season. 



i 



eemg 
our team 
place 

fourth in the Sectionals was 
my biggest thrill of the 
year. " 

Jorge Orta 

Although this year's wrestling 
team did not live up to its own 
expectations, individual seniors 
made this year a memorable one. 
M.V.P. tri- captain Carl Cincotta 
topped the Suburban League at 
140 lbs., losing only twice in 
seventeen matches. Heavyweight 
tri -captain Chris Gelinas 
duplicated Carl's success, and he 
was also honored as the team's 
"Most Improved" grappler. The 
other tri-captain, "Outstanding 
Wrestler" Jorge Orta, trimmed 
down to 169 lbs. and ended up 
third best in the league. Kudos 
also go to senior Steve Cotoni, 
wrestling in the very competitive 



187 lb. class. This three -year 
varsity wrestler "toughed out" an 
11-5 record and was honored 
with the team's "Senior 
Recognition" award. 

Despite his personal success, 
tri-captain Orta modestly cites 
"seeing our team place fourth in 
the Sectionals" as his biggest 
thrill of the year. He also regrets 
the loss of senior John Maione 
to illness. "He was a tough luck 
kid," says Orta. "He would have 
been one of our best. And don't 
forget Steve Tulimieri. He was a 
first -year wrestler, but one of our 
hardest workers. He really came 
into his own by the end of the 
year." 

Darin Basile, Jim DeVincent, 
and Ron Harris were other 
seniors blostering this year's 
squad. All in all, the senior 
matmen had a sub -par record, 
but a very fulfilling season. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Christine DeFilippo 



TAKING HOLD OF THE SITUATION (above) is Steve Cotoni. 
READY FOR THE WHISTLE (below) is tri-captain Jorge Orta. 





6 Wins 12 Losses 




WHS OPP 


Woburn 


23 


45 


Haverhill 


33 


21 


North Quincy 


40 


23 


Newton North 


25 


33 


Brockton 


38 


Brookline 


25 


33 


Quincy 


19 


40 


Reading 


21 


35 


Methuen 


46 


21 


Milford 


33 


21 ! 


Cambridge 


9 


Lowell 


23 


41 


North Quincy 


28 


31 


Newton North 


33 


21 


Brockton 


21 


43 


Brookline 


25 


33 


Quincy 


21 


43 


Cambridge 


21 


28 




136 Wrestling 




I 



A FAMILIAR SIGHT (left) is Cad Cincotta collecting one of his 15 
victories. 



RIGHT ON TOP OF THINGS (below) is tri- captain Chris Gelinas. 




KFADY K)K ACTION (left) is Ron Harris 

POSING FOR THE PI< TURE (above) is 

iw% Stc\< Tulimieri 



Wrestling 137 H 



A title contender 



"Golf, more than a sport... a way of life. 



rt 



"A 



11 the 
members 
had saved 
their best effort for the 
match and snatched victory 
away from the Boxers on 
the last hole." 

Mark DePass 



This year the Waltham High 
Golf Team finished the fall 
season with a 10-2-2 record in 
the competitive Suburban League 
one of the most powerful and 
talented in the state. In doing so, 
Waltham established itself as a 
title contender for now and in 



the years to come. 

The resurgence of the golf 
program at the W.H.S. is due for 
the most part to coach Joe 
Connelly. When taking over the 
reigns in 1984, the coach 
inherited a team with a lack of 
participants and spirit. However, 
he quickly changed that around. 
This fall there were three times 
as many players vying for spots 
on the roster than when he 
started. There was also a positive 
atmosphere of success 
surrounding the team. Mr. 
Connelly has led the "Hawk 6" 
to 28 wins in the last three 
seasons, and the focus is on the 
future and continuing the 



winning ways. 

This year's squad was led by 
four returning starters, playing in 
their third year of varsity action. 
Seniors Mark DePass, Steve 
McCue, and Chris Buckley along 
with junior Brian Black used 
experience to their advantage in 
every match. Senior Harry Curtis, 
junior Doug Keefe, and 
sophomore Frank Bibbo made 
contributions to several of the 
Hawk wins. 

The team wound up in third 
place in the Suburban League. 
The Hawks were undefeated in 
home play this year going 6-0-1 
at Weston Country Club. The 
final victory of the season was 



the highlight for both the coach 
and the players. In the last 
match, played at Weston, 
Waltham beat previously 
undefeated and eventual 
champion Brockton. "All the 
members had saved their best 
effort for the match and 
snatched the victory away from 
the Boxers on the last hole," said 
captain Mark DePass. 

1986 was a banner year for the 
Hawks, and it appears to be just 
the tip of the iceberg. The golf 
team has more and more people 
believing, "Golf, more than a 
sport... a way of life." 

Article by Chris Buckley 

Layout by Lisa Noke 




Quincy 


Won 


Brookline 


Won 


Cambridge 


Won 


Newton North 


Lost 


North Quincy 


Won 


Brockton 


Lost 


Med ford 


Won 


Maiden 


Won 


Brookline 


Won 


Quincy 


Won 


Cambridge 


Won 


Newton North 


Tie 


North Quincy 


Tie 


Brockton 


Won 



RIGHT ON LINE - (left) the 
putt by John Kavey is heading 
for the center of the cup. 

A NICE CHIP SHOT - (right) 
by Steven McCue. 




138 Golf 





PERFECT FORM - (top 
left) is displayed by senior, 
Mike Ryan. 

THE JOE CONNELLY 
METHOD - (top right) 
but don't worry Chris 
Buckley three putted from 
there. 

TEAM PICTURE - 

(bottom) left to right - 
Harry Curtis, John Kavey, 
Mike Ryan, Coach Joe 
Connelly, Chris Buckley, 
Steven McCue, Brian 
Black, and Frank Bibbo. 



Golf 139 



* 






We are the Champions 



The girls dominate the Suburban League. 



T 



he relay was 
the key to 
capturing 
the League 
Title." 
Lisa Giovanetti 



During the 1986 -'87 season, a 
phenomenon occured on the 
Waltham High sports scene. This 
phenomenon was known as the 
Girls Indoor Track Team, and its 
undefeated (6-0) record not only 
dominated the Suburban League, 
but also represented the best in 
the League's history. 

The road to victory, however, 
was not as smooth as one might 
gather from this statistic. Instead 



of chewing up and spitting out 
all opponents, the girls of the 
indoor track team faced many 
close meets which were won in 
the very last event, the relay. 
According to senior runner, Lisa 
Giovanetti, "The relay was the 
key to capturing the League 
title." Among the matches 
decided by this team event were 
a turning point win aganist 
Cambridge, and the Suburban 
League Championship aganist an 
unbeaten Brockton squad. In this 
final clash, the girls used their 
relay strength to come away with 
a very close 45-42 victory and 
gain sweet revenge on the 
scourge of Waltham High's 
athletic department. 



Behind the team's solid effort 
were several notable individual 
accomplishments. At the Division 
I State Championships, senior 
Judith Linnehan took fourth 
place in the mile run while her 
classmate Lisa Giovanetti came 
in fifth in the two mile. 
Meanwhile, the team superlative, 
Precious Hill, outraced all of her 
competitors in the 1000 yard run, 
and then repeated her 
performance in this event by 
taking first place at the Mass 
All -State Finals. Also appearing 
at the competition was Judith, 
who placed fifth in the mile. 
Other unsung heroines who 
shined at the Suburban 
Championship Meet were Kim 



Savage (2nd in the hurdles), 
Maureen "Mo Flo" Florio (4th 
in the 50 yard run), Julie Clarke 
(4th in the 300 yard run), and 
freshman Jodi Lupo (5th in the 
1000 yard run). 

Along with their fellow 
teammates, these girls comprised 
a "Track Force." By going 
undefeated and winning the 
League title from none other 
than Brockton High, they have 
left an impressive and demanding 
legacy to be lived up to by 
Precious and a group of 
promising underclassmen. 

Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by Kara Howley. 




6 Wins Losses 




WHS 


OPP 


North Quincy 


47 


33 


Quincy 


60 


20 


Brookline 


55 


31 


Cambridge 


47 


39 


Newton North 


. 49 


37 


Brockton 


45 


42 



"WHAT'S EVERYONE SO 
NERVOUS ABOUT?" (right) The 

two mile is only 22 laps - Lisa 
Giovanetti. 

ON THE UP SWING IS (far 
right) is Judith Linnehan. 



140 Girls' Track 




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"I'M THE ONLY ONE WHO 
KNOWS THE 
PHOTOGRAPHER IS HERE!" 

(left above) Maureen Florio smiles 
for the camera while Kara 
Holmquist and Kim Savage check 
out the male participants. 

AFTER FOUR YEARS ITS 
FINALLY OURS (above) Seniors 
Janet Maclnnis and Julie Clarke with 
the Suburban League Championship's 
Trophy. 

SENIOR TEAM PICTURE (left) 
Kneeling: Kim Savage, Julie Clarke, 
Captain Janet Maclnnis, Maureen 
Florio, and Kara Holmquist. 
Standing: Coach Joe Tranchita, Lisa 
Giovanetti, Jean Demeo, Annm.mc 
Mazzocchi, Judith I.innchan, and 
Coach Jack Loynd. 



Girls' Track 141 ^ 



A great finish 



Undefeated in last seven games to qualify 



e came 
together 
and did 



what no one thought we 
could do - get into the 
State Tournament." 

Tom LeBlanc 



Not many people believed that 
this year's varsity hockey team 
could go as far as it did, 
especially after the season's slow 
start. However, as senior co- 
captain Tom LeBlanc put it, "We 
came together and did what no 
one thought we could do - get 
into the State Tournament." 

The whole season, including 
the tournament, was marked by 



both success and 
disappointments, but Tom thinks 
that the highest point was 
"beating Brockton, because they 
are our number one rival. We 
beat them at home in front of 
our own fans." This game was 
one of the last seven consecutive 
wins, including the crucial one 
vs. North Quincy, that qualified 
the Hawks for the State 
Tournament. 

The tournament was tough, 
and eventually ended in a heart 
breaking loss for Waltham, as 
they played against an 
outstanding Walpole team. 

This year's individual icemen, 
notably the seniors contributed 
so much to the whole squad that 



it would've been impossible to 
have a losing team in '86 -'87. 
Tom LeBlanc was not only a 
leader on and off the ice, he also 
became a Suburban League AU- 
Star. Leading the Hawks in goals 
with 10 for the season was Eric 
Melanson, who scored Waltham's 
only goal in the tourney game. 
Scoring the first hat trick of the 
season at the very first Suburban 
League game was Dom 
Restagno, while Mark Hebert 
helped out with his ability as a 
penalty killer. Senior co- captain 
Tim Regan's aggressiveness 
usually resulted in a goal for the 
Hawks, and Frank Hache was 
the team's dependable sharp- 
shooter. Other great senior 



performances were contributed 
by Danny LeLievre and John 
Kavey, while junior Bryan LaFort 
was the hottest goalie in the 
Suburban League, according to 
team managers Michelle Mabardy 
and Crissy Guillette. 

With amazing underclassmen 
coming back to anchor the 
Hawks such as juniors Derek 
Cormier ('87 -'88 Co -Captain), 
Mike Bolio, Roland Henri, and 
sophomore Tony St.Cyr to name 
a few, next year's crew of skaters 
should continue the excellence 
established by this year's Hawks. 
Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Kara Howley 







Arlington 

Everett 

Maiden 

Medford 

Pea body 

Revere 

Somerville 

Cambridge 

Quincy 

Newton North 

Brookline 

Brockton 

North Quincy 

Cambridge 

Quincy 

Newton North 

Brookline 

Brockton 

North Quincy 

Walpole 



OUR LEADING GOAL 
SCORER - (left) Eric 
Melanson. 

SUBURBAN LEAGUE ALL 
STAR - (right) Tommy 
LeBlanc. 



142 Hockey 



MR.DEPENDABLE - (top left) Frank Hache. 

SENIOR LETTERMAN - (top center) Danny 
LeLievre. 

HAT TRICK - (top right) Dominic Restagno. 

COACH AND MANAGERS - (middle left) 
Crissy Guillette, Coach Maguire, and Michelle 
Mabardy. 

100% HUSTLE - (center) Mark Hebert. 

CO-CAPTAIN - (bottom right) Tim Regan. 




Hockey 14*5 




WHO'S TAKING THE 
BEATING ALAN - YOU OR 
THE COURSE? (left above) 
Alan Penniman 
ON PATH TO VICTORY 
(right above) are Judith Linnehan 
and Precious Hill. 
"WHAT TOOK YOU SO 
LONG (right) Janet Maclnnis. 
SENIOR HELPING 
FRESHMAN (far right) Lisa 
Giovanetti and Jodi Lupo. 







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6 Wins Losses 




WHS C 


)PP 

37 


Newton North 


20 


Brockton 


15 


44 


Quincy 


16 


40 


Brookline 


18 


37 


Cambridge 


23 


32 


North Quincy 


15 


45 




144 Cross Country 




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Finally a win 

Determination and spirit are trademarks 




T 



his season 
was the 
best we 
had in several years" 

Alan Penniman 

"This season was the best we 
have had in several years" said 
senior captain Al Penniman when 
thinking of the boys' cross- 
country season. In the four years 
that Al has been on the track 
team, the squad had not won a 
meet. The 1986 season changed 
that when the boys finally 
chalked up an official win, 
beating a tough Quincy team on 
their track. The win was 
particularly impressive for the 
team, because, as Al stated, with 
"such a small team compared to 
other teams in the league, it 
makes it difficult to score a 
win." With the Hawks' 
determination and spirit, the size 
factor was overcome. 

Although captain Al Penniman 
was the only senior on the cross- 
country team, other outstanding 
underclassmen members will 



return to score more wins. 
Among them will be sophomore 
Scott Harrington, whom Al 
called the team's most valuable 
player. Scott placed in the top 
three in each of the dual meets 
and fourth in the Suburban 
League meet. 

This year's win against Quincy 
should start the ball rolling for 
the Hawks and lead to many 
more wins next year and in 
future years. 

This year the girls' team had 
an outstanding season as they 
went undefeated and won the 
Suburban League Championship. 
The girls were led by seniors: 
Judy Linnehan, Lisa Giovanetti, 
Janet Maclnnis, and junior 
Precious Hill. The girls were 
never seriously challenged in a 
meet all season. The girls also 
proved to be very strong in the 
Division 1 meet. With a surplus 
of talent returning Coach Joe 
Tranchita can look forward to 
another outstanding season. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Michelle Brunaccini 





1 Win 5 


Losses 










WHS 


OPP 


Brockton 






35 


21 


Quincy 






21 


34 


Newton North 






35 


22 


Brooklinc 






42 


15 


North Quincy 






50 


15 


Cambridge 






39 


19 


COMING INTO THE HOME 
STRETCH - (top) is Eri( 
Blackwelder 



TEAM PICTURE - (bottom) Left 

to right: Scott Harrington, Alfred 
Jones, Alan Penniman. Cotch 
F.dward Lyons, Eric Blackweldcr, 
James I'lliot, and Ihvc Ami ale. 



Cross Country 145 ^ 



A spirited team 



Hard work and dedication are trademarks 



'W 



worked 
hard at 
the beginning of the 
season. We were getting 
beaten badly but we 
improved. The second half 
of the season we came 
closer to winning." 

Joanna Casey 

A lack of returning varsity 
caused this year's girls' basketball 
team to experience a rebuilding 
season, but one not without its 
successes. 



Returning varsity players 
seniors Joanna Casey and Janet 
Cloherty, junior Laura Daley, and 
sophomores, Lynne Dempsey and 
Colleen Lyons anchored the 
team, working hard to provide 
an example of dedication to the 
rest of the hard-working squad. 
"We worked hard, "said senior 
Joanna Casey, "at the beginning 
of the season we were getting 
beaten badly but we improved. 
The second half of the season 
we came closer to winning." Of 
course what was really importatnt 
was that "we did have fun and 
had plenty of spirit, even though 
we only won two games." 

One of the two games was 



most vital as an indication of the 
future success of the fledgling 
team. Waltham's last game was 
against intimidating North 
Quincy, who was ranked third in 
the league. In typical David and 
Goliath fashion, the Hawks 
"played well and controlled the 
entire game for the first time, 
"which led the squad onto a 
well -deserved victory. 

The individuals on this 
dedicated team showed 
tremendous effort and a true 
desire to improve. In addition to 
the returning five players, talent 
was shown by seniors Shoushan 
Kouyoumdjian, juniors Maureen 
Carey and Janine Driver, and 



sophomores Tara Smolinsky, 
Brenda Florio, Kerry Driver, and 
Jennifer Jordan. The high scorer 
of the season was Joanna Casey 
with 125 points, and tied for 
second were Janet Cloherty and 
Lynne Dempsey, with 113 points 
each. In addition, Lynne was 
winner of the Most Valuable 
Player trophy. 

That win over North Quincy, 
and the unbeatable Hawk spirit, 
will surely lead the girls onto 
many successful future seasons. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 

Layout by Lisa Noke 







2 Wins 16 Losses 






WHS 


OPP 


Peabody 




25 


46 


Medford 




48 


34 


Arlington 




33 


52 


Somerville 




46 


48 


Revere 




33 


76 


Quincy 




34 


45 


Brockton 




39 


61 ! 


Cambridge 




31 


41 


Brookline 




20 


54 


Newton North 




32 


66 


Brockton 




47 


62 


Quincy 




27 


33 


Cambridge 




43 


46 


Brookline 




40 


49 


Newton North 




28 


56 


Somerville 




45 


60 


North Quincy 




45 


37 





SMILES OF PRIDE - (left) 
Janet Cloherty, Joanna Casey, 
Coach Bobby Connors, and 
Lynne Dempsey. 

TOTAL CONCENTRATION 

- (right) Joanna Casey. 




146 Girls' Basketball 








THE LOOK OF 

DETERMINATION - (top left) Janet 
Cloherty. 

A LARRY BIRD MOVE OR AN 
AIR BALL - (top middle) Janet 
Cloherty. 

BLOCKING OUT FOR THE 
REBOUND - (top right) Joanna 
Casey. 

OUR 1987 GIRLS' BASKETBALL 
TEAM • (bottom) 



Girls' Basketball 147 



A positive note 



Finish season with two consecutive victories 




11 we need 
to challenge 
Brookline 
and Newton North (in 
league competition) is 
better numbers. " 

Don Prohovich 

Although this year's outdoor 
tracksters did not enjoy a 
winning season, the squad 
finished up on a positive note, 
winning their last two meets. 
North Quincy fell by a 69-53 
margin and, five days later, 
Quincy was trounced 75-61. 

Junior Carmelo Cinqueonce 
was the top point -getter, 
amassing a total of 39. His most 
memorable performance was 
taking second place in the discus 
in the League Meet. Sophomore 
Mike Quinn raced for 30 points, 
and fellow soph Scott 
Harrington, a miler, totaled a 
similar amount and also took 
second place in the Agawam 
High School Mile competition 
(for ages 13-15). 

Other stars included freshmen 



Seth Harris, who set school 
freshmen records in the discus 
and javelin, and Kevin Parent, 
one of the league's premier 
underclass milers; soph Andy 
LeBlanc, who boasted the team's 
second highest point total; and 
juniors Eric Blackwelder, the 
team's fifth best point getter, and 
Mike Arena, an outstanding long 
jumper. 

Seniors, though under 
represented on the team, made a 
significant contribution to the 
program. The squad will miss 
graduates Bill Burgess, Steve 
Cotoni, Jim Crowley, Chris 
Gelinas, and Al Penniman. 
Next year's prospects are 
considered excellent, as the team 
will boast of "legitimate state - 
level performers," according to 
Athletic Director Donald 
Prohovich. "All we need to 
challenge Brookline and Newton 
North (in league competition) is 
better numbers," insists 
Prohovich, and our talented 
Hawk returnees couldn't agree more! 
Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Christine DeFilippo 




2 Wins 4 Losses 




WHS 


OPP 


Brookline 


55 


81 


Newton North 
Cambridge 


51 


87 


61 


73 


Brockton 


57 


77 


North Quincy 
Quincy 


69 

75 


53 
61 



CAPTAINS AND THE 
COACH - (top) Alan Penniman 
and Billy Burgess with the coach. 

LOOSENING UP - (bottom 
left) is Alan Penniman. 

THERE SHE GOES - (bottom 
right) "Creepy" Crowley lets go. 




148 Spring Track 




COMING AROUND THE BEND IN THE LEAD - (top left) is Alan 
Penniman. 



PREPARING TO THROW THE JAVELIN - (bottom left) is Jimmy 
"Creepy" Crowley. 




Boys' Spring Track 149 



A major effort 



A small squad gives a giant effort 



V'J 



or a team of 
ten guys, we 
did much 
better than anyone expected 
us to. Hard work was the 
key to the season." 

Dave Gibbs 

For a small team with very 
few experienced swimmers and 
no divers at the start of the 
season, the Waltham boys' swim 
team performed remarkably well 
this year, establishing and 
breaking many personal records. 
As senior captain Dave Gibbs 
said, "For a team of ten guys, 
we did much better than anyone 
expected us to. Hard work was 
the key to this season!" 

The start of the season looked 
bleak, as the team was notably 
short on divers and "specialty 
stroke" swimmers for events such 
as the butterfly. However, new 
coach Phil Richmond whipped 
the team into shape at the 
Brandeis pool. 

Every swimmer showed 
marked improvement by the time 
the team swam their first meet 
against Brookline. After many 
close races, Waltham won the 
meet by more than 20 points, 
giving the boys renewed 



confidence. 

The team continued to work 
hard and accomplished some 
very difficult goals. After the last 
meet of the season (which ended 
2-6 for the Hawks), was the 
Suburban League Championships, 
"the biggest and the best thing 
that happened this year" said 
Dave. Dave placed 4th in the 100 
free and 5th in the 200 free at 
Suburbans, while junior Mike 
Murphy swam the 100 breast 
stroke in an impressive 1:17. 
Near the end of the meet, 
Waltham was tied 50-50 with 
rival Quincy, but the Hawks won 
the last relay to pull ahead of 
Quincy and take fifth in the 
meet. 

The dedicated individuals were 
what made it happen for the 
swim team this year. Dave led a 
crew of hardworking 
underclassmen that included 
talented juniors Mike Murphy, 
Josh Peterson, and Mark 
Chlapowski, and sophomores 
Dan Steinberg, Jeff Miele, and 
Tom Portentoso among others. 
Coach Richmond and next year's 
captain, Mike Murphy, will have 
a lot of talent and experience to 
work with! 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Kara Howley 




\^Oy s ' 5 




$9 


2 Wins 6 Losses 




WHS 


OPP 


Brookline 


93 


73 


Cambridge 


70 


99 


Brockton 


74 


84 


Catholic Memorial 73 


83 


Quincy 


70 


63 


Newton North 


84 


87 


North Quincy 


79 


93 


Belmont 


77 


83 




OUR CAPTAIN - (top) Dave Gibbs. 

TEAM PICTURE - (bottom) Kneeling - Tom Portentoso, Matt Goldberg, Dave Kachajian, and Brian 
Kelly. Standing ■ Jeff Miele, Mark Chlapowski, Mike Murphy, Daniel Steinberg, Josh Peterson, Dave Gibbs, 
and Coach Phil Richmond. 



150 Boys' Swimming 




Our first year 



Hard work always gets results 





f you want to 
be good at 
something, 
you 've got to work. Maybe 
our record didn 't show 
success, but I think we 
were a really strong team 
by the end of the season. " 
Mike Rossi 

A new varsity team graced the 
gym of Waltham High this 
spring --the boys' volleyball 
team, comprised of some of the 
finest athletic talent Waltham can 
offer. While the squad did not 
come up with a winning season, 
the effort shown by the boys 
resulted in great improvement 
and promise for seasons to 
come. 

The team's record of 3 wins 
15 losses in no way illustrates the 
hard work that was put into the 
sport that was new to almost 



every team member and new 
coach Scott Thompson. As 
senior player Mike Rossi said, "If 
you want to be good at 
something, you've got to work. 
Maybe our record didn't show 
success, but I think we were a 
really strong team by the end of 
the season." The three wins, over 
Quincy, North Quincy and 
Newton South, were impressive 
for such a small inexperienced 
team. In the Suburban League 
tournament, the Hawks came 
very close to another win, over 
tough Newton North. The match 
went to three games, but 
Waltham lost a heartbreaker to 
the more experienced team by a 
very narrow margin. 

The individuals who played 
for Waltham in its first year of 
varsity volleyball were varied in 
their talents. Lone senior Mike 
Rossi is an all-around talented 
athlete who filled a setter's 



position on the court, although 
he also provided a strong serve 
and defense. Junior co- captain 
Dan Lynnworth and junior Dana 
DiGiovine play for the highly 
competitive Metro team in the 
Bay State Games, which is often 
called the training grounds for 
the Olympics. Dan will be a 
starting hitter on the team 
although he was an outstanding 
setter for Waltham. Junior Mike 
Murphy, also a co- captain, 
brought his speed and reliability 
from the swimming pool onto 
the volleyball court and provided 
both offense and defense. 

Since Dan, Dana, Mike, and 
the rest of the outstanding 
underclassmen on the team have 
established such a strong base of 
teamsmanship and dedication, it's 
certain that the boys' volleyball 
program will be a strong one. 
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Layout by Nancy Steinberg 




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North Quincy 


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Weymouth North 


1 


2 


Newton South 


1 


2 


Brockton 





2 


Newton North 





2 


Boston Latin 


1 


2 


Quincy 


2 


1 


Brookline 


1 


2 


Cambridge 


1 


2 


North Quincy 


2 





Weymouth South 


1 


2 



Newton South 


2 


Brockton 


1 


2 


Newton North 


1 


2 


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2 


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1 


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TEAM PICTURE - (above) Kneel'ng -Josh Peterson, John Mat Neil. Mike Murphy, Mike Rossi, ftflfl) 
Lynnworth, Dana DiGiovine, and Mark C.hlapowski. Standing CoBCh Scott Thompson, Tom Kiesling, Erit 

Krupsky, Armen Najarian, Arthur Weeks, Andrew Urban, and manager Karen Collins. 



CHIPPA - (top left) Mark 
C.hlapowski. 

100% EFFORT - (center left) 

senior Mike Rossi 

JUNIOR LEADERS (center 
right) Mike Murphy, Coach 
Thompson, and Dan Lynnworth. 



Year long champions 

Girls finish year with 17-1 overall record 



hanks Coach 
Tranchka its been 
a great year. 

The Seniors 



Once again, a Waltham track 
team, this time girls' spring track, 
has blown away all opposition, 
with the numbers and the 
achievements to prove it. 

The regular season ended as 
usual with a winning record, 5-1, 
to give the girls an overall record 
for the year of 17-1. The girls 
dominated the Suburban League 
from September to June winning 
the championship all three 
seasons. 

The girls were led by a large 
contingent of seniors. Lisa 
Giovanetti and Janet Maclnnis 



competed in the mile and 2 mile 
race, Kim "Sav" Savage was a 
participant in the discus and the 
javelin, Ann Marie Mazzocchi 
hurled the discus, Julie Clarke 
competed in the 220, the 440, 
and the relay, Judith Linnehan in 
the 880, the mile, and the 2 mile, 
Maureen Florio ran in the 440 
relay, Kara Holmquist in the 
hurdles, and Jean Demeo in the 
440. 

The team will miss these 
seniors, but they have a lot of 
talent returning for Coach 
Tranchita. The seniors summed 
up the year with these words, 
"Thanks Coach Tranchita its 
been a great year." 

Article by Lisa Noke 
Layout by Michelle Brunaccini 




5 Wins 1 Loss 



Brookline 
Newton North 
Cambridge 
North Quincy 
Quincy 
Brockton 



WHS 

77 
66 
83 
87 
77 
69 



OPP 
55 

71 
39 
49 
53 
61 



CAPTAINS AND THE 
COACH - (top left) Judith 
Linnehan, Coach Joe Tranchita, 
and Lisa Giovanetti. 

UUMMPH - (bottom left) as 
Kim Savage lets it fly. 

CONCENTRATION - 

(bottom right) by Lisa 
Giovanetti. 



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COMING INTO THE HOME STRETCH - (top left) is Janet Maclnnis. 

GETTING READY TO HURL THE DISCUS - (top right) is AnnMarie 
Mazzocchi. 

FINISHING IN FINE STYLE - (bottom left) is Judy Linnehan. 

TAKING THE HURDLES IN STRIDE - (bottom right) is Kim Savage. 




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AN EASY RACE - (top right) for Jean Demeo. 

A TOTAL EFFORT - (top left) by Julie Clarke. 

STRETCHING HOLLYWOOD STYLE - (left center) is Lisa 
Giovanetti. 

LOOSENING UP FOR A BIG RACE - (bottom left) is Kim Savage. 

MO FLO IN SLO MO - (bottom right) Maureen Florio. 




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LETTING LOOSE - (top left) is Kim Savage. 
HURLING THE DISCUS • (top tight) is Ann Mine MutOCChi 
'TM NOT RACING TODAY" - (tight center) Judy Linnehan, 
JUST A BREEZE - (bottom left) for Julie < like. 

RELAXING AETER A TOUGH RUN - (bottom right) isjcan Demeo and 

Cathy Dion 



Lots of talent 



Watch out next year - The Hawks live 



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lthough we 
had a losing 
season, we 
learned a lot. " 

Rich LeBlanc 

It is impossible to describe a 
group like Waltham's 1987 
Lacrosse Team in terms of just 
number of wins and number of 
losses. In spite of their under 
.500 record, this year's squad was 
still home to a great deal of 



talent and hard workers. 

Tri- captains John Kavey, 
Steven Wright, and Rich LeBlanc 
provided most of the team's 
offensive game. While John was 
the key to the offense in setting 
up goal opportunities, all-round 
hustle was supplied by Steven, 
who was the recipient of the 
team's "110% Award." In 
addition to this, Rich, the 
group's leading scorer, finished 
fourth among the Division Two 
South Teams in that department, 



with a grand total of 58 points. 
This impressive number earned 
him All Star placement for his 
second straight year. These three 
were given extra help by the 
flashy play of Mark Russo. 

The defensive end of the field 
was also guarded well. Chris 
Gelinas used his size, speed, and 
experience to keep the ball as far 
as possible from the net. If it 
got past him, though, then, more 
often than not, it was handled 
by the team's superior goalie, 



Mark Davy. 

In summing up his team's 
year, Rich LeBlanc stated that 
"Although we had a losing 
season, we learned a lot." He 
applied this not only to the 
seniors, but also to the 
underclassmen, who, as a result 
of their '87 experiences, will 
hopefully raise Waltham High 
Lacrosse to new heights in '88. 
Article by Nick Kontos 
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Ipswich 




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Wayland 




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Falmouth 




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Weymouth South 




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Falmouth 




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Weymouth South 




8 


6 


Acton 




5 


9 


Hingham 




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LOOKING DOWNFIELD - 

(top left) Mark Russo. 

TAKING A BREAK - (top 
right) is John Kavey. 

OUR LEADING SCORER - 

(bottom left) is Richie LeBlanc. 

AS FAST AS LIGHTING - 

(bottom right) and roaring like 
thunder is Chris Gelinas. 




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A competitive year 

Boys lose six matches by 3-2 scores 



look forward 
to them being 
outstanding 
players in the future." 

John Graceffa 

The boys' tennis team ended 
their season with a 1 win 11 
losses record. The record was 
certainly not indicative of the 
season they had. The team lost 
six matches by 3-2 scores, four 
of these matches ended in tie- 
breakers. The team was a very 
young team and included a 
sophomore at number 1 single, a 
freshman at number 3 singles, 2 
sophomores at number 1 



doubles, and 2 juniors at number 
2 doubles. The most consistent 
performers were John and Robert 
Benson at the number 1 doubles. 
They gave every indication that 
they would be the best doubles 
team in the league next year. 

This year also saw the end of 
the coaching reign of John 
Graceffa. In July Mr. Graceffa 
took over the duties as Principal 
of Waltham High School. We 
are sure he will follow this team 
very closely next year and left 
with this comment, "I look 
forward to them being 
outstanding players in the 
future." 

Article by Lisa Noke 

Layout by Lisa Noke 








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WHS OPP 


Brookline 


5 


Newton North 


5 


Brockton 


2 3 


Cambridge 


2 3 


Quincy 


2 3 


North Quincy 


2 3 


Brockton 


2 3 


Quincy 


2 3 


Cambridge 


1 4 


Brookline 


5 


Newton North 


5 


North Quincy 


3 2 




OUR LEADERS - (top left) 
David Ashness, Coach Graceffa, 
and Steve Walsh. 

TEAM PICTURE (center) 
Left to right ■ Coach Graictt.i. 
John Benson, Steve Walsh, 
George Vakalopoulos, David 
Ashness, Steve Yim, Sean Kelly, 
John Moran, Robert Benson, 
Mark Kicrnan, and Jim Tati\itn 

OUR ONLY SENIOR 

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Janet Cloherty 



Waltham High's 1987 Girls' 
Softball team had a tough act to 
follow under equally tough 
circumstances. 

Tough Act: The 1986 team 
placed second in the Suburban 
League (10-6) and qualified for 
the State Tournament. 

Tough Circumstances: The 



core of the 1986 team graduated 
in 1986. 

Despite these obstacles, the 
girls came out of the season with 
a winning record (10-8) and 
managed to finish fourth in the 
league. How did they do it? 
According to starting pitcher and 
co -captain Janet Cloherty, 
"Teamwork was the key to our 
season." 

This agrees quite well with the 
wide spread of skill seen on this 
team over the course of the '87 
season. While Janet handled most 
of the mound duties, ending the 



year at 7-4 and earning a place 
with the second team Suburban 
League All Stars, the plate was 
dominated by Joanna Casey, who 
batted a team high .469 and also 
made the All Star Team. Joining 
them both on that select squad 
was super -steady first baseman 
and co -captain Dina Pallone, 
who also contributed a powerful 
bat to the lineup. 

Rounding out the senior 
portion of the team were hard 
hitting DH Maureen Keating, 
and "golden glove" outfielder 
Karen Courtney. 



Of course, the year's talent 
was not confined merely to the 
seniors. The Suburban League 
All Stars also included junior 
Cheryl Keane and sophomore 
Lynne Dempsey. Another 
sophomore, Colleen Lyons 
showed great promise at bat 
(.353 avg.), while junior Vicki 
Vallerand pitched for two wins 
in her two premier starts. With 
all of this, Coach Joe Salvo will 
almost certainly have yet another 
successful season in '88. 

Article by Nick Kontos 

Layout by Lisa Noke 



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Somerville 

Arlington 

Peabody 




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Quincy 






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Brookline 




13 


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Brockton 




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Cambridge 




8 


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CAPTAINS AND COACH - 

(top left) Janet Cloherty, Coach 
Joe Salvo, and Dina Pallone. 

IN THE ON DECK CIRCLE 

- (top right) Karen Courtney. 

TEAM PICTURE - (bottom) 
Kneeling - Cheryl Keane, Joanna 
Casey, Janet Clohery, Dina 
Pallone, Karen Courtney, 
Maureen Keating, and Laura 
Daley. Standing ■ Lisa Brunner, 
Vicki Vallerand, Dee Barber, 
Colleen Lyons, Lynne Dempsey, 
Coach Joe Salvo, and Linda 
Juppe. 



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AND THE MIGHTY CASEY SHE BELTED ONE - (top left) Joanna 
Casey. 

I WISH SHE'D GET THE BALL OVER" - (top right) Dina Pallone 
waiting for some action. 

READY TO FOLLOW THE MIGHTY CASEY - (bottom left) Maureen 
Keating. 




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surprised 
everyone 
but ourselves. We knew we 
were capable of being 
successful. " 

Mark DePass 

Senior Mark DePass said of 
the 1987 baseball team, "we 
surprised everyone but ourselves. 
We knew we were capable of 
being successful." That capability 
was turned into reality, as the 
team went 15-4 in the regular 
season and was ranked second in 
the Suburban League and third 
in the state only three weeks into 
the season. Their only 
disappointment came in the 
tournament when they were 
beaten on a fluke by a low- 
ranked team. 



Although the list of victories 
for the Hawks goes on and on, 
the one that tri- captain DePass 
remembers best is the win over 
Brockton on their field, the first 
such win in eight years. This 
proved that "we were a power to 
be reckoned with said Depass. 

The success of the team, as 
always, is the result of the 
dedicated and talented 
individuals who worked together 
to take the team to the top. Tri- 
captain seniors DePass, Mike 
Ryan, and Billy Chiasson were all 
amazing athletes who held the 
team together defensively along 
with junior Zenith Marimon. 
Offensively, the multi -talented 
Jerome Fuller was a power, and 
the pitching of Jr. Joe Florio and 
Sophomore Randy Johnson 
couldn't be beat. All of these 
players were honored by their 



team with various awards, 
including M.V.P. DePass, and 
co -Golden Gloves Mike Ryan 
and Bill Chiasson. In addition, 
DePass, Florio, Johnson, Fuller, 
and Marimon were all chosen as 
All-Suburbans. 

After a very successful season 
(to say the least), DePass said it 
all; "Waltham baseball has been 
extremely successful for many 
years. We attribute this to the 
coaches and the excellent junior 
leagues throughout the city. The 
three seniors are extremely proud 
to have played for Waltham and 
are very sad that their four years 
of baseball have ended. We 
would like to wish next year's 
team the best of luck. We know 
they have awesome potential and 
that they'll be successful." 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by Kara Howley 



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WAITING ON DECK - (top) 
Mike Ryan. 

GOLD GLOVE - (bottom left) 
Billy Chiasson. 

AN S.I. POSE - (bottom right) 
Mark DePass. 




MOVE OVER WADE BOGGS - (top left) Here comes Bill 
Chiasson, our "Gold Glove" third baseman. 

CAPTAINS AND THE COACHES - (top right) Coach Al 
Scafidi, Bill Chiasson, Mike Ryan, Mark DePass, and Coach Lenny 
Scafidi. 




TEAM PICTURE - (bottom right) Kneeling - Tom Burke, Dave LaCava, Bill Chiasson, Mike 
Ryan, Mark DePass, Steve lannelli, Brian Black, and Steve Goodwin. Standing - Coach Al Scafidi, 
Randy Johnson, Zenith Marimon, Doug Keefe, Jerome Fuller. Joe I'lorio, Karen Hay, ( ><.uh l.en 
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Perhaps the most eagerly -awaited Senior activity 
is the glamorous and exciting Senior Prom. This 
year, the evening of June 26th arrived clear and 
warm- -perfect for the night of romance ahead at 
the Royal Plaza in Marlborough. After having our 
pictures taken thousands of times at home, we 
headed off in our limos and cars, arriving just in 
time to have our pictures taken again in front of a 
picturesque fountain in the lobby of the hotel. No 
one minded all of these flashes going off again 
and again- -after all, how many times will we look 
this good in our lives? The attire displayed by our 
class was as varied as the class itself. Some girls 
wore long, fancy gowns reminiscent of the Old 
South, while others chose glamorous tea lengths. 
The gentlemen all looked handsome, whether in 
tails or the traditional shorter tuxes. 

We ate dinner, too excited to even notice the 
delicious roast beef. After dinner, we danced until 
midnight on the two dance floors of the ballroom, 
and applauded our Prom Attendants Lisa Noke and 
Tracey Mucci, and Prom Queen Amy DeGiso, as 
they danced with their dates to our theme song, 
"Never Say Goodbye." 

Afterwards, we went out to friends' houses, to 
the Cape, or maybe just home to get some sleep, 
with only souvenier glasses, photographs, and 
corsages to remind us of the magical night we had 
experienced. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 

Layout by the Yearbook Staff 



THE QUEEN AND HER COURT (top) 
Tracey Mucci, Amy DeGiso, and Lisa Noke. 

A LOVELY PROM COUPLE (bottom left) 
Renee Gobbi and Steve Meuse 

ARE WE HAVING FUN YET (bottom right) 
Susan Veilleux and her date. 




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Anderson 

SURPRISE! (top right) Noella Richard 

PARTY TRAIN (bottom left) Kim Savage and Friends 

READY TO DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY (bottom 
. right) Debby D'Amore and Tim Regan 









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AND HERE'S TO YOU 
MRSJOHNSON (top left) 
Lorri Leonard and Jessica Assad. 

WE WON'T TELL MRS. 
MACDONALD (top right) Mr. 
Norman MacDonald and Chartine 
Martin. 

WHAT CAN WE SAY? 
(bottom right) Christina Yarossi, 
Alicia Fontes, and Michelle 
Landry. 

DON'T YOU JUST LOVE 
PICTURES? (bottom left) 
David Newt and Jody Yobaccio. 




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DON'T STEP BACK (top left) Shawn Callahan and Marianne Burke 

ON THEIR WAY OUT (top right) Neil Hakar and Maureen Keating 

WOW!!!!! WE LOOK GREAT!!!!! (bottom left) Danny Lynnworth and Nancy 
Steinberg. 

GOLD IS DEFINITELY YOUR COLOR (bottom right) Ed Blackley and 
Tanyi Loor. 




EINIE, FEENEY, MYNIE, MOE (top left) Steve Sutherland, Lynn (Pam) Feeney, 
Krissy Bankowsky, and Norman LeBlanc. 

A ROSE BETWEEN TWO THORNS (top right) Jill Gammerman, Mr. James 
McDonnell, and Erin Sullivan 

ALL SMILES (bottom right) Christine Crowe and Jeff Miller. 

HE'S ALL MINE (bottom left) Linda Mullane and Brian Gallagher. 

PEARLS AND CURLS (center bottom) Tracey Mucci and Michelle Duprez. 





FACES THAT WELL ALWAYS REMEMBER (top left) Jeanne 
Morreale and Anthony DAmico. 

TAKING A BREAK (top right) Ken Storlazzi and Christine Spoto. 

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER (bottom left) Erik Royds and Crissy 
Guillette. 

BACK TO THE FUTURE (bottom center) Michelle Brunaccini and 
Tony Clemente. 

GETTING A BIG HUG (bottom right) is Sue Hughes. 





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Graduation 



Sunday, May 31st of 1987 marked not only our 
graduation from Waltham High School, but also a 
departure from the only lifestyle that we had ever 
known up to that point. For over twelve years, 
school had been a central part of our lives. We 
worked there, ate there, and socialized there for six 
hours per day, 180 days per year. After Sunday, 
though, it was all over. One might have expected 
Porky Pig to step up to the podium during the 
ceremony just to tell us "That's all folks." 

The actual graduation ceremony went off quite 
well considering the 90 degree temperatures which 
all present that day at Leary Field were subjected 
to. Short speeches were stressed by most who 
appeared on the stage; among them being hostess 
Nancy Steinberg, Mayor William Stanley, 
Superintendant of Schools John J. Dadonna, senior 
housemaster Norm MacDonald, Class President 
Andy Kasper and Vocational Class President Paul 
Moon. The Class Poem was read by its author, 
Melissa Juliano, and the Class Gift to the school, a 
new podium, was presented by Student Council 
President Chris Buckley and National Honor 
Society President Janet Cloherty. 

Finally, as each of our names were called to step 
up to the platform and receive our diplomas, we 
crossed over a kind of border into a new and 
different stage of our lives. While, in the coming 
years, we may find it difficult to bring all of our 
old friends and acquaintances with us over that 
border, the memories will always remain of the 
time when the foundations of our individual 
futures were set down. 

Article by Nick Kontos 

Layout by the Yearbook Staff 



SUPER COOL (top left) Judy Linnehan and 
Lisa Giovanetti. 

CAUGHT IN THE ACT (top right) Mr. Ira 
Steinberg. 

WINKIN, BLINKIN, AND NOD (bottom 
left) Steve Tulimeri, Jeff Williams, and Tommy 
Vanaria. 

TURNING THE PAGE (right center) is 
Melissa Juliano. 

WE MADE IT!!!! (bottom right) 



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Our lives are like a book you read, 

from one end to another, 
A book you share with all your friends, 

your sister and your brother. 
We start from the beginning and 

with each page we turn, 
We find it more confusing 

with more and more to learn. 

Finished with part one are we, 

with so much yet to come. 
We must stay to just read on; 

No! wait: don't turn and run! 
With the toss of a tassel, a new day's begun; 

we open up book two, 
To find it more confusing 

with everything so new. 
We must remember all that happened 

and all that we read. 
Remember all the characters, 

and everything they've said. 
We must turn that page and realize, 

we're out now on our own, 
With only ourselves to guide us, 

Ourselves! we're all alone. 

So keep on reading, read till the end. 

this book is not yet done. 
There's still so much to read about: 

work.college, and all that fun. 
So let's look toward the future now, 

the beginning of the rest of our days. 
The future is ours, it's ours to have, 

Come on Let's turn that page. 

Melissa A. Juliano 




BE QUICK ABOUT IT (top left) Karen 
Stevens wants her diploma. 

PHIL CALLING ORSON - COME IN 

OK SON (top right) Phil Brake 

WE GO TOGETHER (bottom left) Kelly 

Walsh and Stephanie Turner. 

THE LOOK OF RELIEF (center bottom) 
Jimmy a.k.a. Squid Wilson 

TIMELY WORDS OF INSPIRATION 

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SWEETER THAN THE ROSE (top left) Cheryl Lucas. 

WELL THIS IS IT! (top right) Jimmy Crowley and Larry 
Coppola. 

A GRADUATION TOAST (bottom left) Lisa Champagne 
and Kelli Roche. 

ANDY GOT DRESSED IN A HURRY (bottom center) 
Andy Long. 

IT'S JUST TOO HOT! (bottom right) for Alicia Fontes. 






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THIS IS A FORMAL OCCASION (top right) Erin Sullivan. 

THE BARRY BUNCH (bottom left) Steve Strouble, Julie Barry, Frank Fleming, 
Cheryl Saltalamacchia, Robert Forcier, and Deb Braunert. 

JUST ONE MORE PICTURE (bottom right) for Linda Mullane, Emma Caruso, and 
Nicole Nowlan. 




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AN ITALIAN SPECIAL AND A BIG MAC TO GO (top left) Carl Cincotta and Steven 
MacDonald. 

WE'RE FINALLY GRADUATING (top middle) Brenda LaFort and Cathy Landry. 

GUESS WHAT I'M THINKING ABOUT (top right) Cheryl Brackesy. 

WE HOPE THIS FEELING STAYS FOREVER (bottom left) Dina Pallone, Janice 
Gaudet, Debbie Fisher, and Christine Bonner. 

SMILE DREW - YOU'RE ON VIDEO (bottom middle) Drew McGrady. 

HOW CUTE CAN YOU GET (bottom right) Dina Joyce. 




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Friends, family, and food came together once 
again on the night of Monday, May 18th as the 
second annual Senior Dinner was held in the good 
ol' Waltham High cafeteria. 

Upon first entering the beautifully decorated 
cafe, certain guests may have been slightly 
disoriented, thinking themselves to have been at 
one of those "Hollywood Celebrity Roasts." Of 
course the lack of a celebrity and the substitution 
of chicken breast for a roast allowed them to 
quickly regain their senses. Nevertheless, the 
evening proved to be an extremely enjoyable blend 
of socializing and reminiscing in what for many 
would be the last great gathering of the Class of 
'87. 

The chief event of the Senior Dinner, of course, 
was "the dinner." For those of us who spent a 
great portion of our year at McDonald's and/or 
Burger King, the mere fact that the food was 
brought to us was quite impressive in itself. Once 
we got over this initial shock, eating it proved to 
be no disappointment either. After chowing down 
on bread, salad, ziti, more ziti, chicken, and ice 
cream, all present were quite content to sit back 
and take in the night's ceremonies. 

These were started off with a few selections by 
our friendly neighborhood Show Choir who, as 
usual, added a touch of class to the affair. Other 
bits of entertainment included the Class Prophesy 
as read by Karen Burke, and teacher imitations 
courtesy of Karen Burke (the same one), Chris 
Buckley, Matt Gallagher, and Jon Williams. 

Throughout this time, awards were being 
distributed to students by various departments and 
organizations. Notable among these were the 
Outstanding Athlete Awards which were presented 
to football/wrestling/lacrosse star Chris Gelinas and 
mega -runner Judith Linnehan. Meanwhile, the 
newly established "Bazarian/Sliney Award" for 
involvement in the Student Council was taken 
home by co- winners Chris Buckley and Kara 
Holmquist. The Delaney Awards for work on the 
Yearbook Committee were also given at this time 
to co-editor Holly Richardson, and "Most Valuable 
Staffer" Lisa Noke. 

By the end of the presentations, everyone had 
digested their dinner and was ready to head home. 
Despite this, the number of them who remained 
long afterwards, saying "goodbye" to the faculty 
and other acquaintances of the last four years gave 
a clue as to the emotional side of the evening. 

Article by Nick Kontos 
Layout by the Yearbook Staff 



ATHLETES OF THE YEAR - (top left) Chris 
Gelinas, Mr. Don Prohovich, and Judy Linnehan. 

GOODY AND HIS GUMDROP - (top right) 
Matt Gallagher and Chris Buckley. 

CREEPY CROWLEY - (bottom left) Jimmy 
Crowley. 

OLA!!!!!! - (bottom right) Karen Burke a.k.a. 
Ms. Debbie (Peros) Finnell. 




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HAVING FUN AT THE DINNER - (top left) are 
AnnMarie Graziano, Lisa Champagne, Carolann Guadagnino. 

ADDRESS OF WELCOME - (top right) given by Andy 
Kasper. 

"WE'RE HAVING OUR PICTURE TAKEN - (center 
left) Andy Proia, Dave Cousineau, and Matt Pecci. 

"AIN'T THAT CUTE PAUL? - (bottom right) Rhonda 
Compton and Paul "We ain't got no awards" Moon. 

"I LOVE MY TEACHER - (bottom left) Kathy Pratt 
and Ms. Peggy Martin. 

BERMUDA BUDDIES - (bottom middle) Chris Sarkisian 
and Joanna Casey. 




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Awards Night 

Two nights after the Prom, the senior class 
gathered for a very different reason- -Scholarship 
and Awards Night at the high school. This is a 
special night set aside every year to honor the 
outstanding members of the senior class with 
various awards including all of the local 
scholarships we had applied for so long ago. After 
a brief address by Mr. Regan, the presentation of 
awards got underway. 

First, School Committee Keys were handed out 
to 22 students who had earned at least 50% A's 
and B's for final marks throughout high school. 
Next, the hundreds of other scholarships and 
awards were presented by Mr. Regan, Mr. 
MacDonald, and Miss Nolan. Although well over 
100 students received honors, some of the big 
winners that night were Janet Cloherty, receiving 
the Bentley/Waltham four year, full tuition 
scholarship among many other honors, Kelly Walsh 
and Nancy Steinberg, who each received a four 
year, full tuition scholarship to Brandeis, Matt 
Pecci, who received the Grover Cronin Four Year 
Renewable Scolarship, and Chin-Mei Yu, the 
runner-up for the Grover Cronin Scholarship. The 
Vocational High also gave out awards to their 
outstanding students, among them Goeffrey 
Bourque, Dean Duguay, Rob Labossiere, and Roy 
Larade. 

After the students' awards, presentations were 
made by the Yearbook Staff. Guidance Counselor 
Mr. Alan Jacobson was awarded Educator of the 
Year, and retiring Principal Mr. John J. Regan was 
honored with a plaque of thanks. The dedication 
of the 1987 Mirror was made by Editor-in-Chief 
Stephanie Turner and Editor Holly Richardson. The 
deserving recipients this year were Yearbook 
Advisor Mr. James McDonnell and photographer 
Terry Bleiler. 

Congratulations and good luck to all the hard- 
working scholarship and award winners of the Class 
of 1987. 

Article by Nancy Steinberg 
Layout by the Yearbook Staff 



YEARBOOK 
DEDICATION - (top) 

Hotly Richardson, Mr. 
James McDonnell, Mr. 
Terry Bleiler, and 
Stephanie Turner. 

THANKS FOR 
EVERYTHING - 

(bottom left) Nick 
Kontos and Mr. John 
Regan. 

EDUCATOR OF THE 
YEAR - (bottom right) 
Mr. Alan Jacobson and 
Nancy Steinberg. 



190 Awards 




CONGRATULATIONS JANET - (top left) Dr. Perna presenting School 
Committee Key to Janet Cloherty. 

GROVER CRONIN SCHOLARSHIP - (top right) Matt Pecci. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE KEY - (bottom left) Kelly Walsh. 

ADDRESS OF WELCOME - (bottom right) Karen Burke. 




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THANKS!!!!! - (top left) Denise Arsenauit. 



GIVE ME THAT - I WORKED HARD FOR IT - (top right) Shoushan 
Kouyoumjian. 

CAMERA SHY DAVID - (bottom left) Dave Belskis. 

"I CAN SAY GOODBYE" - (bottom right) Mr. John J. Regan saying 
goodbye to the Class of 1987 and Waltham High School. 




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The Air Conditioning Department is under 
the direction of Mr. Irving Kardon and Mr. 
Edward Lannon. Here the students learn to 
install and maintain air conditioning system. 

Careers in air conditioning can be divided 
into four main fields: (l) designing, (2) 
manufacturing, (3) selling, and (4) installing 
and servicing. College educated engineers 
research and design air conditioning systems. 
Skilled machinists, toolmakers, cabinetmakers, 
and similar craftworkers help manufacture air 
conditioners. Technical training, such as a 
degree in engineering, is often essential for 
positions in the selling and executive branches 
of air conditioning. Specially trained technicians, 
and operating and service engineers, install and 
maintain air conditioners. 




SMILING FOR THE CAMERA - (top center) is 
Bruce Nies. 

KILLING TIME - (top right) is Keith Hogan. 

WATCH WHAT YOU'RE DOING - (top left) 
Rob Spencer. 

THIS IS A SNAP - (bottom left) Jim O'Reilly. 

NO SWEAT - (bottom right) Patrick Maher. 

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The Auto Body Department is under the 
direction of Mr. Michael Hudson and Mr. 
Salvatore Scimemi. The students in this shop 
will receive complete training in the craft, using 
the various machines, welding equipment, and 
other tools that the craftsman uses in restoring 
damaged vehicles. 

In the Auto Body area, students will find a 
fully equipped shop with modern equipment 
available. Practical learning takes place in the 
shop using electronic diagnostic equipment, 
alignment equipment, spray booths, hydraulic 
lifts, hand tools, arc and gas welding equipment, 
and many other such tools and specialized 
equipment. 

Auto Body repairmen are skilled metal 
craftsmen who repair all types of vehicles, but 
primarily automobiles and small trucks. After 
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There are many new ideas in machines being 
used in the automotive world today. Students 
must be taught in addition to things like 
cooling systems, subjects like ignition systems, 
and transmissions, new subjects like emission 
control, modern suspension systems and new 
engine models. 

In the years to come mechanics must become 
more specialized and more skillful in their 
profession. They must always be on top of 
what's going on in their changing field and be 
able to change with it. 

The automotive mechanic is no longer just a 
"grease monkey". He is just as skilled as anyone 
in another trade. 

All phases of the automotive mechanics trade 
are taught with emphasis on theory combined 
with shop activities by Mr. Alexander 
Kapamagian. 




"I CAN DO THIS WITHOUT LOOKING - 

(top right) Tom Hyson. 

"ANYTHING TOM CAN DO I CAN DO - 

(bottom left) Jimmy Ken. 

CLEANING UP - (bottom right) Mike Kaldec. 



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The Carpentry Department teaches the uses of 
hand tools and introduces the safe use of 
machines. A series of projects are undertaken to 
develop skill that will assist the student to make 
a realistic choice of life's work. 

The many fields available to an accomplished 
carpenter are the layout, fabrication, and 
assembling of dwellings and shelters. Cabinet 
making, remodeling and renovating furniture. 

Cabinet making and mill work constitutes the 
majority of the work experienced performed by 
the students. The Carpentry Department is under 
the direction of Mr. Michael Delaney and Mr. 
John Brennan. 




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LOOKING" ■ (top left I hi Irwin, 

LISA WHO/ (bottom right) Paul Bourgeois 

A SERIOUS LOOK (bottom left) Sean (.raham 



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Drafting can be viewed as a graphical 
engineering language whose function is the 
transfer and storage of design intent. It is the 
engineer's medium of communication with those 
people responsible for the manufacture, 
operation, and repair of the finished product. A 
drafter receives design data from the engineer or 
designer and converts this data into the final 
engineering drawing. This data may be in the 
form of a sketch, a page of numerical data, or 
merely a memo describing the desired decisions 
such as the selection of standard processes, and 
the determination of materials and tolerances. 

Among his other responsibilities are intelligent 
control of the design detailing to assure 
productability of the item and the production of 
the finished engineering drawing which 
conforms to the contractual requirements of the 
customer. The competent drafter, with a sincere 
interest in his work, can learn many of the basic 
principles of design engineering and 
manufacturing of all types of products. 




NO MISTAKES - (top right) Dan MacKay. 

TEACHER'S PET - (bottom left) Renee Vallerand 
and Mr. Wolf. 

"THIS IS FUNNY" - (center right) Peter 
Magliarditi. 



"I'M FINISHED" - (bottom right) Mario Monti. 




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The electronics industry continues to expand, 
offering more job opportunities to technicians. 
Solid state circuitry development has led to 
greatly improved liability, longer life, and a 
considerable reduction in size. 

The purpose of this course is to train 
students for job entry into the electronics field, 
such as electronic tester, and electronic 
technician, in areas of manufacturing, 
engineering, installation, and maintenance. An 
additional purpose of the course is to provide a 
firm base for additional training in school and 
industry. 

Areas covered in shop and class include 
essentials of AC and DC, component 
characteristics, basic electronic circuits, and 
systems, test equipment, and digital computer 
fundamentals. Work in the shop includes 
construction, assembly, testing, and trouble 
shooting, with greatest emphasis on the testing 
of components, circuits and systems. 



BUDDIES • (top left) Julie Duuelson uid Brenda 

McAndrews. 

THE BELL RANG - (bottom right) Dennis 
Dunham. 

SMILING - (bottom left) Eddie Murphy 




Electronics 209 



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One of the continuing problems of the 
precision machinery industry has been the acute 
shortage of properly trained skill machinists. 
There are many reasons for this shortage, but 
the one that is most outstanding is the lack of 
training of sufficient apprentices by the industry. 
Therefore, it is the responsibility of the Machine 
Shop Department to train students so that they 
will be able to begin apprenticeship training in 
preparation for the more advanced phases of the 
machinist trade. 

The students learn to set up and run the 
newest and most advanced tools in the industry. 
These include lathes, drill presses, radial drills, 
milling machine, horizontal and surface grinders. 
Bench work, lay out and inspection is also 
taught. 

The classroom work will encompass the 
mathematics and the scientific principles 
involved in the operations performed. Such skills 
as how to make and read drawings, inspection 
techniques, theory and programming of 
numerical control machines, and the processes 
of heat treating the different kinds of metals are 
all a part of the training one receives in 
becoming a machinist. 




STUDYING HARD - (top right) Geoff Bourque. 

TAKING A BREAK - (bottom left) is Steven 
Br y son. 

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Almost every industry has some work for 
welding workers. Graduates of the department 
are capable of going into almost any field. 

In the shop much time is spent on seams, 
containers, and soldering in the beginning. 
Those who have mastered the essentials advance 
to rivets, duct work, flashing, tees, fireproofing, 
fender work, ventilators, collectors, arc and gas 
welding, and innumerable other phases of the 
welding trade. 

In the classroom, the same course is covered 
with specific references to math, drawing, and 
science. The science course deals with forced air 
heating systems, heating and ventilating systems, 
and power and exhaust systems. 

It is fairly easy with a diploma in welding to 
find employment in any of the several branches 
of the trade, such as construction and roofing, 
auto body repair, ventilation, plumbing and 
heating, aviation, or general welding work. 




PUT THH MASK ON ■ (top left) Jack McCarthy. 
WORKING HARD • (centet left) Tom Aucoin, 
"I CAN DO IT TOO" • (bottom right) Jimmy 

VllH Itlllo. 

CONCENTRATION (bottom le/i) Dan Pino 



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The Printing Department course encompasses 
two of the major printing methods, Offset and 
Letterpress, with the emphasis being placed on 
Offset. Within the curriculum itself, the students 
are trained in the major areas of planning, 
composition, copy preparation, process camera, 
platemaking, presswork and bindery. 

In planning, students are taught the steps 
necessary in the initial preparation that is 
involved in production planning of printed 
material. Experience in composition include 
makeup and selection of type faces, pasteup, 
camerawork, stripping and making of the press 
plate. In the press room, students learn 
maintenance and operation of small offset 
duplicators, platen presses, large sheet fed offset 
press in small web rollfed presswork at the 
advanced level. The graduate of the program 
will have a variety of skills necessary to enter 
many areas within the ever expanding printing 
field. 





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NOT STUDYING - (bottom left) Arthur Gurney. 

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The conclusion of this academic 
year will mark not only the departure 
of the class of 1987, but also that of 
one of Waltham High's greatest 
assets... Mr. John J. Regan. 

For over two decades, Mr. Regan 
has been an integral part of our 
school. After serving for nine years as 
an extremely successful mathematics 
teacher here, his outstanding academic 
and personal talents enabled him to 
meet with equal prosperity in his six- 
year role as a housemaster. 

For the past seven years, however, 
students have known Mr. Regan best 
as Waltham High's principal. In this 
office, his skills as an administrator, an 
educator, and, above all, a 
communicator were able to display 
their full potentials. His desire for a 
more unified high school led him to 
enhance the exchange of ideas between 
administration and faculty, and, as a 
result, between administration and 
students. In addition, Mr. Regan's 
"open door" office policy made 
"talking with the principal" a welcome 
reality. 

This, augmented by a strict work 
ethic and a reputation for complete 
honesty, has made Mr. Regan one of 
Waltham High's most respected and 
admired figures. These same traits will 
also make him one of Waltham High's 
most missed figures when he leaves us 
this summer; and it is for this reason 
we give special recognition, along with 
our sincerest wishes of good luck, to 
this man who has given so much of 
himself. 
Nick Kontos 




^^^216 Administration 





John J. Daddona 

Superintendent of Schools 

Dr. Emile Rosenberg 

Assistant Superintendent 

Dr. Kongsuk Mantakara 

Administrative Aide 

David A. King 

Business Manager 



►seph Levey 

e-Principal 
orman MacDonald 

Senior Housemaster 

homas F. Neylon Jr. 

Junior Housemaster 
leirdre McCormack 

^"ohomore Housemaster 



ohn Graceffa 

Freshmen Housemaster 
Irnest V. Viscareilo 

Principal Vocational High School 

William Nolan 

Assistant Principal Vocational High 

ulie Blanchard 

ector of Art 






Edward Dollard 

Director of Occupational Education 

Thomas Dumas 

Director of Music 

Robert J. Eagle 

Director of English and Drama 

\lbert Flight 

Director of Business 



Director of Mathematics 

Rosemary J. Geary 

Assistant Director of English 

;lix Giardina 

Director of Audio-Visual 

Richard Mcknight 

Director of Science 



Claire Nolan 

Director of Physical Education 
Margaret Nolan 
Director of Guidance 

Donald Prohovich 

Director of Athletics 
Joan Sheridan 

Director of Social Studies 



Administration 217 " * 



&en*t fo ?enfU4AH 



This year, the yearbook staff is 
delighted to honor an outstanding 
educator whose sensitivity, insight, and 
tireless concern have benefited 
thousands of Waltham High students. 

School is not merely a building or a 
roomfull of people. School is a human 
enterprise, based on mutual respect, 
inspiration, and the tradition of one 
generation being prepared to assume 
the responsibilites of the previous one. 

Thus, the quality of one's education 
depends on the quality of one's 
educators. We cannot expect excellence 
in the former without being able to 
count on excellence in the latter. 

Speaking for so many whose school 
lives were enriched by his wisdom, his 
caring, and his vigorous efforts on our 
behalf, we are proud to acknowledge 
this excellent educator. 

Our honoree is a guidance counselor 
whose guidance and counsel have 
enhanced the quality of our school 
lives and whose wisdom, 
understanding, and deep concern have 
influenced our futures. 

With the highest sense of gratitude 
and regard, we are proud to recognize, 
Mr. Alan Jacobson, as an outstanding 
educator of the year. 

Nancy Steinberg 



Linda Ahern 

Home Economics 
Helene Andressian 

Foreign Language 

Marie Therese Aucoin 

Foreign Language 
Ann Bennett 

English 

Lotte Blustein 

Media Center 









218 Faculty 




Thomas Cappucci 

Business 

Marie Case 

Science 

Helen Castros 

• Physical Education 
Paul Cerqua 

Reading 
Linda Charbonier 

Special Education 



Helen Clancy 

Business 
John Clifford 

Guidance 
Mary Cochran 

Social Studies 

Doris Colegrove 

Social Studies 
Elizabeth Collins 

Social Studies 



John Collins 

Mathematics 

Richard Collins 

English 

Joseph Connelly 

Social Studies 
Paula Connolly 

Special Education 

Robert Connors 

Physical Education 



Katherine Corcoran 

Guidance 

Janet Costa 

Social Studies 
John Cox 

Social Studies 

Lois Crandall 

Special Education 

Jean Cremmens 

Special Education 



Joseph D'Amico 

Social Studies 

Cheryl Davidson 

Foreign Language 

Lawrence DeSalvatore 

Social Studies 

Harvey Doneski 

Mathematics 
John Dorsey 

English 



Daniel Doyle 

Business 

William Dugan 

ROTC 

Jane Eccles 

Nurse 
Donna Fairbanks 

Social Studies 

Brent Ferguson 

Music 



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dith Ferolito 

Nurse 

dward Finnell 

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Iter Flynn 

R.O.T.C. 

Sarah Giacalone 

Guidance 



Mathematics 
Kathleen Giorgic 

Home Economics 

Stephen Goodwin 

Social Studies 

Paul Grady 

Mathematics 

Stephen Grant 

Science 



arbara Hantma 

Science 
Thomas Harkins 

Media Center 

William Harringl 

Mathematics 

Martha Heaton 

English 



Eileen Herlihy 

Mathematics 

Bernard Hickey 

Special Education 

ohn Holihan 

Industrial Arts 

Eleanor Humme 

Mathematics 

Patrick Hurley 

Mathematics 



John Kadzis 

Mathematics 
Anastasia Kefala 

English 
Mary Kellerman 

Social Studies 
Julia Kerr 

Science 

Jane Kiesling 

Copy Center 



Kathryn Kouray 

Physical Education 
Peter Lancto 

Music 

Kathleen LaShoto 

Drama 

Thomas Leverone 

Mathematics 

Jacob Levine 

Science 




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ane Long 

Media Center 

rence Lowe 

glish 

John Loynd 

Mathematics 

Bruce MacBain 

reign Language 

nen MacDonald 

"nglish 



Richard Madden 

idance 

Mario Magno 

reign Language 

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ime Economics 

n Maguire 

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guerite Martin 

ithematics 



Barbara Matthews 

English 

James McDonnell 

Mathematics 
Mary McGagh 

Guidance 
Johanne Mclvor 

Music 

Jack McMahon 

' 'athematics 



an Meade 

Foreign Language 

Janet Meliones 

Physical Education 

Philip Mickey 

Guidance 
Anthony Mrugala 

Guidance 
Linda Murfitt 

English 



Marianne Murkidjanian 

Physical Education 

Katherine Neild 

English 

Mary Neylon 

English 

Ellen O'Brien 

Occupational Education 

Marie O'Brien 

English 



ard O'Niel 

Occupational Education 

larvin Owens 

Social Studies 

/irginia Page 

English 

nthony Palmerino 

Special Education 

iusan Parella 

Special Education 






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John Passanni 

Health 

Debbie Peros 

Drama 
Barbara Peterson 

English 

Anthony Planted 

Business 

Helen Pilotte 

Business 



Benamino Pizzi 

Foreign Language 

Elizabeth Poisson 

Reading 

Tim Reed 

Science 
Barbara Reubner 

Art 

Annette Roberts 

English 



Karen Robinson 

Science 

Sallie Russ 

English 
Mary Ellen Ryan 

Special Education 

Joseph Salvo 

Business 

Robert Schubert 

Audio-Visual 



Nicholas Scioli 

Foreign Language 

Thomas Sheehy 

Mathematics 
John Sinerate 

English 

Charlotte Smith 

Special Education 

Patricia Smith 

Home Economics 



Leonard Sorin 

Physical Education 

Jane Sprogis 

Science 

Ira Steinberg 

English 

Frank Strazzullo 

Head Custodian 

Elwood Streeter 

Science 



Richard Sullivan 

Social Studies 

David Surrette 

English 

Cornelia Sylvesh 

Guidance 

James Tedesco 

Health 

Paul Thorp 

Science 




/0^ 222 Faculty 




If, upon leaving high school, a 
graduating senior can look back on a 
particular teacher and see instead a 
friend, then something very unusual has 
happened. Then again, "unusual" is 
precisely the word which describes Mr. 
Edward Matthews best. In both his 
speech classes and the T.V. studio, 
"Mr. Ed's" unorthodox teaching style 
and attitude have helped myself and 
many others not only to learn, but also 
to pursue the full potential of our 
personalities. 

What makes him a friend, though, is 
his willingness to talk with his students 
as an equal. In four years of dealing 
with Mr. Matthews, I cannot remember 
a moment in which he seemed 
condescending or apathetic towards 
me. Despite this, whenever anyone 
from the T.V. studio would thank him 
for some achievement or reward in 
which his advice and help played a 
role, his response would always be 
"You earned it. ..no one else." 

Well Mr. Matthews, in that you 
were wrong. Since I am sure that none 
of us are reading this with you right 
now, this is probably the ideal 
opportunity to say "thanks" from all of 
us for being a great friend. 

Nick Kontos 



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Business 

Joseph Travalini 

English 
Dorothy Tufo 

Science 

Christine Tullo 

Media Center 

George Viens 

Mathematics 



Harold Walker 

Social Studies 

Richard Wilcox 

Mathematics 

Peter Yetten 

Physical Education 

William Young 

Mathemati' 
Ann Zardiackas 



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Your Class of 1987 ' 

Soon will be leaving Waltham High 
And fondly, and somewhat sadly, 
You'll bid high school days, goodbye. 

You'll take with you many memories 
Of the happy years you shared, 
With friends, and students, and teachers 
While for the future, you prepared. 

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Our hopes all go with you; 

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Kenneth Felton - Vocational 
Mary Kiesling 
Brian Maher - Vocational 
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CLASS OF 1985 

David George 

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Eric Maclvor - Vocational 

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TOP RIGHT - Kneeling 
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BOTTOM - Rob Camara, 
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BOTTOM - Erin 
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Ads 321 




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Ads 323 




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TOP LEFT - Dave 
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Ads 327 




TOP - Melissa Marie, 
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BOTTOM - Michelle 
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Robert Bettinelli, Edward Beach, Michelle Bruce, Christine Bonner, 
and Janet Burgess. 

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David Russell, and Shawn Callahan. Third Row ■ Adrian Campbell, 
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HOMEROOM 125 - First Row - Stephen Colon, Tony Cincotta, 
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Janet Cloherty, Debora Chiavaras, and Patricia Chaisson. Fourth 
Row - Hassan Chehab, Claude Chiasson, Steven Coco, Carl 
Cincotta, Bill Corcoran, Bill Chiasson, and Mrs. Neild. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Krissy Bankosky, Diane Limoli, and Nicole 
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John Gallagher. Third Row - Michelle Feeley, Jeannene Forbes, 
Karin Ferranti, Lynn Feeney, Amy Ferolko, and Maureen Florio. 
Fourth Row ■ Deborah Fisher, Fred Fasano, Frank Fleming, Mike 
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BOTTOM LEFT - Dave Power and Andy Proia. 

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HOMEROOM 221 - First Row - Ron Ham's, and Sheryl Guarini 
Second Row - Richard Hathaway, Deborah Halhwell, Gloria 
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Greeley, and Deborah Gregorio. Fourth Row - Rob Hazel, Rick 
Griffin, Chuck Harris, Tom Henry, Gregory Gullotti, and Mark 
Hebert. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Charline Martin, Eileen Neal, Sandra 
Robichaud, and Lisa Richard. 

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HOMEROOM 241 - First Row - Karen Lappas, Vanessa 
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Maureen Keating, and Kristen Keefe. Second Row ■ Shoushan 
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Khanh Lu, Uyen Lu, Chan Lam, and Peter Keledjian, Third Row 
Peter Lally, Robert Keane, Tim King, and Nick Kontos. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Mike Ryan. 

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HOMEROOM 245 - First Row - Danny LeLievre, Rich LeBlanc, 
and Steve MacDonald. Second Row - Michelle LeBlanc, Kerry 
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LeBlanc, Lorri Leonard, Nicole LeBlanc, Tanyi Loor, Yvette Lebon 
and Ms. Baxter. Fourth Row - Robert LeLievre, Matt Lasker, 
Andrew Long, Mike LeBlanc, and Norman LeBlanc. 



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HOMEROOM 311 - First Row ■ Michael McNally, Michael 
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McSweeney, Shawn McNamara, Marianne Meech, Ed McGowan, 
Michael Monahan, and Debbie Monahan. 



Sara Cohn and Rick Griffin. 



BOTTOM RIGHT - Erik Royds. 



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HOMEROOM 313 - First Row - Tracey Mucci, Shawna Noiles, 
Nicole Nowlan, Eileen Neal, Tammy Morrison, and Kelli O'Brien. 
Second Row - Jason Nocera, Dennis Mullane, Jorge Orta, Lillian 
Padella, Lisa Noke, and Theresa O'Neill. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Jennifer Nicolai, and Kristin Norton. 

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HOMEROOM 325 - First Row - Vahe Tokatlian, Thomas 
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Vallerand, Susan Veilleux, Stephanie Turner, Steve Tulimieri, and 
Kelly Walsh. Third Row - David Tohin, Albert Velella, Paul 
Tirone, and Taline Tokatlian. 



BOTTOM LEFT - Louise Bernard and Holly Richardson. 
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HOMEROOM 315 - First Row - Uday Patel, Yung Park, and 
Ashish Patel. Second Row - Alan Penniman, David Peterson, Carol 
Pinzone, Carrie Peck, and Matthew Pecci. Third Row - Paula 
Parlee, Jennifer Pettis, Elaina Post, Ann Parker, and Shailesh Patel. 
Fourth Row - Scott Parello, Paul Pokier, Dave Power, Ray Pineau,' 
Eric Peterson, and Kevin Patano. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Neal Hakar. 

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HOMEROOM 321 - First Row ■ Erin Sullivan, Tracey Thebado, 
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BOTTOM LEFT - Karla Earese. 

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Ads 341 




HOMEROOM 140 - First Row - Lisa Chiasson, and Chris 
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Carrafiello, Maureen Carey, and Heidi Chiasson. Third Row - Ms. 
McGrath, Jeff Chisholm, Daniel Cannistraro, Chris Casey, Todd 
Champeon, Mark Chlapowski, Carmello Cinqueonce, and Rudy 
Centola. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Jack Daniels. 

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HOMEROOM 146 - First Row - Michael Diphillipo, Gerald 
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Dunbar, Anne Dewey, Janine Driver, Allison Eagan, and Mr. Viens. 
Second Row - Mart Deveaux, Christopher Drew, Dana DiGiovine, 
Andy Duffy, and Frank DiGiorgio. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Maureen Florio and Kara Holmquist. 

BOTTOM RIGHT - Vanessa Kaupelis. 



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HOMEROOM 154 - First Row - Ken Green, Colleen Green, 
Laszlo Horsik, and Roland Henrie. Second Row ■ Karen Hay, 
Andrea Hadge, Debbie Hough, Stacey Hietsch, Cindy Hoffman, 
Audrey Griffin, and Kristin Harris. Third Row ■ Claudine Guarini, 
Maureen Hosick, Julie Hewitt, Donna Hallock, Sherry Grant, Tricia 
Guelli, Precious Hill, and Dawn Harper. Fourth Row ■ Dean 
Hadley, Jim Grenier, and Mike Hornbeck. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Lorn Leonard, Jessica Assad, Marisa Mele, 
Tracey Mucci, and Michelle Duprez. 

BOTTOM RIGHT - Michelle Brunaccini and Danny LeLievre. 




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HOMEROOM 162 - First Row ■ Catherine Louis, Rosemary 
Light, Karen Lombard, Lori Lupo, Kathy Malone, and Lori 
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BOTTOM LEFT - Billy Corcoran and Debbie Fisher. 

BOTTOM RIGHT -Jimmy Russo and Gary Gentile. 



Ads 345 




HOMEROOM 165 - First Row - Diane Kramer, Kristen Kelley, 
Nancy Johnson, and Jennifer Jacob. Second Row - Doug Keefe 
and Steve Iannelli. 

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■ Dave Bove, Brian Shaughnessy, and Jean Demeo. 




346 Ad 




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ABOVE - First Row - Renee Gobbi, and Allison Eagan. Second 
Row - Chrissy Michelotti, Elaine Patterson, Rhonda Boudreau, 
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Bankosky, Jessica Assad, Gerald Augustine, Linda Agahigian, 
Brenda Amelia, and Julie Barry. Second Row - Janine Barrile, 
Eileen Ahlman, Michael Alibrandi, Denise Arsenault, Susan 
Barker, and Melissa Alarie. 





HOMEROOM 211 - First Row ■ Mrs. Matthews, Karen 
Courtney, Christine Crowe, Jimmy Crowley, Leah Cormier, 
Mark Depass, Scott Cowan, Jack Daniels, and Mark Davy. 
Second Row ■ Lynne Coxall, Maureen Cotugno, Richard Daly, 
David Couslneau, and Tony DAmico. 



Ads 349 




HOMEROOM 213 - First Row ■ Ms. Russ, Mike Falzone, 
Michelle Duprez, Isa Donelle, Andrea Diana, Courtney 
Driscoll, Sandra Dorigatti, Michelle Donovan, and Robert 
DiGregorio. Second Row -Joseph Donaghue, David 
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Randy Doiron, Marlene Enos, and Michael Falzone. 




HOMEROOM 217 - First Row - Mayur Ghandi, Donna 
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Gamble, Alicia Gray, Gary Gentile, Thomas Gosselin, Renee 
Gobbi, and Cheryl Gar gone. Second Row - David Gibbs, 
Norman Gosselin, Chris Gelinas, and Lori Gobbi. 



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HOMEROOM 225 - First Row - Dina Joyce, Patricia Huff, 
Patricia Jimenez, Melissa Juliano, Lisa Hesse, and Kara Howley. 
Second Row - Andy Kasper, Kara Holmquist, Marc Jordan, 
and Lana Jurigian. 





HOMEROOM 317 - First Row - Dominic Restagno, Kclli 
Roche, Andrea Rando, Lisa Pugliclli. Noclla Richard, and 
Michelle Regan. Second Row ■ Holly Richardson, Sandra 
Robichaild, Maria R'lZZO, Lisa Richard, Maria Riccio, Joyce 
Powlcsland, Lisa Raynor, and Stephanie Ritcey. 



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HOMEROOM 144 - First Row - Laurie Desmaris, Miguel 
Davila, Lisa Cottedy, Julie Dallacosta, Ann Dacey, Cynthia 
Crowe, and Poala Cucci. Second Row - Kerry Davis, 
Christine DeFilippo, Julie DeProfio, Estella DeDosantos, 
Alison Davis, Chris Cusano, Tom Demeo, and Laura Daley. 
Third Row - Marie Desmond, Kristen Cox, Jeanne Crane, 
Jen DAddario, and Marty Crowley. 





HOMEROOM 148 - First Row - Stacey Ferreira, Paul 
Ferolito, Buster Farraher, Kevin Felton, Joseph Florio, Randy 
Feeley, Robert Fitzgerald, Emmanuel Fabrikarakis, and 

Christopher Fisher. Second Row - Dana Fessenden, Jennifer 
Feeley, Laurie Ferolito, Debbie Falzone, Elisa Esposito, and 
Charlotte Forte. 



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HOMEROOM 171 - First Row - Melissa Post, Jay Pittorino, 
Vinny Pizzi, Charlie Paquette, Kiran Kirlidaben, Roger Poirier, 
Stacey Porter, Sabrina Tamburrini, Elaine Patterson, Reena Patel, 
Ragina Patel, and Glanee Patel. Second Row - Paul O'Halloran, 
Jose' Ortiz, Mark Parent, Brian Peirce, Cliff Peck, Angela 
Parente, Karen Pensyl, and Ann Poirier. 





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- Michelle Murphy, Serena Moncousky, Barbara Muise, 
Margaret Nix, Lisa Norton, Paul Novello, Pat O'Brien, Sandy 
Noyes, Shawn Mokeler, and Mike Murphy. Third Row ■ Bob 
Monti, Shelli O'Brien. Kclli Mokeler, Wayne Morris, Chris 
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TOP LEFT - Billy Corcoran and Debbie Fisher. 

TOP RIGHT - Rob Hazel. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Lisa Noke and Krissy Bankosky. 

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TOP LEFT - Debbie Monalian, Sheik McGann, and Karen 

Connelly. 

TOP RIGHT • Vanessa Kaupelis. 

BOTTOM LEFT Debbie Gregorio. 

BOTTOM RIGHT • Jorge Orca and Tanyi Loot. 



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TOP LEFT - Lisa Champagne and Eric Melanson. 
TOP RIGHT - Laurie Ferolito and Danny LeLievre. 
BOTTOM LEFT - Seana Murphy and Sheila McGann. 
BOTTOM RIGHT - Rhonda Compton and Vernon MacLeod. 



356 Ad: 







TOP LEFT • Billy Corcoran. 
TOP RIGHT - Lisa Noke and Mark Hebert. 
BOTTOM LEFT - Sheila McGann with her parents. 
BOTTOM RIGHT - Kneeling - Eric Melanson and Brian 
Shaughnessy. Standing - Dawn Cannistraro, Richie LeBlanc, 
Rhonda Compton, Randy Doiron, and Lisa Melanson. 

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TOP LEFT - Rhonda Com peon and friends. 
TOP RIGHT - Lisa Noke and Rhonda Compcon. 
BOTTOM LEFT - Mr.McDonnell and Erin Corcoran. 




358 Ads 





TOP LEFT - Judy Kendall and daw at The Senior Prom. 

TOP RIGHT - Joanna Casey receiving her diploma. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Gloria Hajian. 

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TOP RIGHT - Jim Casey. 

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BOTTOM LEFT - Paul Moon and his buddies 

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TOP LEFT - Pat Maker and Sherry Mc Andrews. 
TOP RIGHT - Melissa Juliano receiving her diploma 
BOTTOM LEFT - Eddie Beach. 
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TOP LEFT - Karen Connelly and Norman I.eBlanc. 

TOP RIGHT - Rob Camara and Farben Piedrahita. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Michelle Mabardy, Crissy Guillette, Sara Cohn, 

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BOTTOM LEFT - Brian Chisholm. 

BOTTOM RIGHT - Debbie Gregorio, Nadine Rankin, and 
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TOP LEFT - Jeanne Morreale and Karen Lappas. 

TOP RIGHT - Christine DeFilippo and Dave Power. The s is 

silent! 

BOTTOM LEFT - Michelle Brunaccini and Danny I.el.ievre. 

BOTTOM RIGHT -Jim DeVincent with his date Stacie. 



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TOP LEFT - Sheila McGann. 

TOP RIGHT - Marianne Burke and Shawn Callahan. 
BOTTOM LEFT - Lisa Noke and Jeff Williams. 
BOTTOM RIGHT - Gerry Augustine and Jimmy Wilson. 



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TOP RIGHT - Dana DiGiovine and Lisa Noke. 

BOTTOM LEFT - Heather Chiasson, 

BOTTOM RIGHT - Tim Regan still looking for his luggage. 



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TOP LEFT - Mark DePass. 

TOP RIGHT - Rhonda Compton and Stephen Giangrande. 
BOTTOM LEFT - Kerry McDonnell and Lisa Noke. 
BOTTOM RIGHT - Dennis Roccafone and Sheila McGann. 




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TOP LEFT - Rhonda Compton, Dawn Cannistraro and friends. 

TOP RIGHT - Roy Larade. 

BOTTOM LEFT Sheila McGann. 

BOTTOM RIGHT - Tanyi Loot, Karen Anderson, Nancy 

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TOP LEFT - Sitting - Lisa Puglielli, Andrea Rando, and Debbie 

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Sheila McGann. 

TOP RIGHT - Charline Martin and Lisa Richard. 

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The Year In Review 



We live in a weird world. It always was 
weird. It always will be weird. The year 
which the Class of '87 spent as seniors, 
however, went beyond weird. It 
was...well...WEIRD. 

The word of the year? Scandal. Around 
November of 1986 it was discovered that for 
over twelve months the U.S. had been 
engaged in super -secret arms dealings with 
its brand new buddy, Iran. At first, the 
public was told that this was done in order 
to get Iranian help in freeing American 
hostages in Lebanon. That seemed logical 
since, at about the same time, hostage David 
Jacobsen was freed from 17 months of 
captivity. Shortly later, though, certain people 
were caught with their pants down when the 
media reported that funds from the Iran arms 
dealings had been illegally diverted to those 
crazy Contra "freedom fighters" from down 
in Nicaragua. O.K., now the question was 
who knew what. While Ron Reagan initially 
claimed that he "didn 't remember" whether 
he was informed or not, Lt. Col. Oliver 
North of the Marines emerged as the central 
figure. Then, before anyone knew what was 
going on, things got far too complicated for 
anyone to know what was going on. North's 
secretary, Fawn Hall, told of shredded and 
altered documents, Richard Secord told of 
Swiss Bank accounts and insurance policies, 
and other people are still telling of other 
things even as this article goes to print. 
Weird. 



MISS LIBERTY'S 100TH BIRTHDAY 

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396 The Year In Review 




Iran's neighbor/enemy, Iraq, was also the 
subject of a U.S. related controversy in 1987. 
When an Iraqi missle, "accidentally" launched 
from a low flying aircraft, struck the USS 
STARK, killing 37 American sailors, several 
questions were raised concerning the United 
States' naval policy in the Persian Gulf. 
Among these were that of why our men 
were unable to defend themselves, why the 
U.S. was never aided by its allies in 
protecting the gulfs oil lanes, and why the 
Iran/Iraq War was being allowed to rage on 
unchecked. 

Miles away, in Moscow, the U.S. embassy 
there was infiltrated by Soviet agents. 
Evidently, a resident Marine named Clayton 
Lonetree was "seduced" by a Russian 
translator whose "Uncle Sasha " turned out to 
be (get this) KGB agent Aleksei Yefimov. 
Charges against Lonetree and his alleged 
accomplice, Arnold Bracy state that they 
allowed members of the KGB to roam the 
embassy freely, gathering secret information. 
Weird. 

Back at home, a court in New Jersey 
faced the first major child 
surrogacy/custody case in history. After 
months of deliberation, it was decided that 
the contract between "real" mother and 
surrogate mother was a valid one; and thus, 
"Baby M" was awarded to her "natural" 
parents, Elizabeth and William Stern. 
Surrogate mother Mary Beth Whitehead 
would not give up her fight, however, and 
the case will soon be brought before the 
New Jersey Supreme Court. Not too far 
away, a New York jury unanimously 
acquited Bernhard Goetz, the "Subway 
Vigilante, " of shooting down four black 
youths who allegedly attempted to rob him 
nearly two years ago. Weird. 




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The Year In Review 397 



Now, back to scandal. November of 1986 
saw Wall Street tycoon Ivan Boesky caught 
breaking the Exchange Commission's rules on 
insider trading. After years of cheating 
investors and businesses, he was forced to 
offer $100M penance and his aid in nabbing 
other financial "cheaters. " Of course, scandal 
comes in two types of packages: money and 
sex. After Boesky covered the cash end, 
Gary Hart came along in May of 1987 to 
give the public the kind of story it really 
wanted. After the Miami Herald disclosed 
Hart's extramarital affair with a blonde model 
named Donna Rice, the Democratic 
presidential frontrunner withdrew from the 
1988 election, claiming that the media's 
prying into his personal life was totally 
unjust. Weird. 

Jim and Tammy Bakker, however, may 
get the "Scandal of the Year" award. This 
husband -wife TV Evangelist team managed 
to combine money and sex into something 
really weird. What began as the exposure 
of adultery on Jim's part, led to suspicion 
over Tammy's marital loyalty, and over their 
mutual abuse of the millions of dollars which 
they collected annually in the name of 
religion. This third issue was captured 
perfectly on national television when Ted 
Koppel coyly confronted a grotesquely 
made-up Tammy on the necessity of her air- 
conditioned doghouse. The remaining details 
of the Bakker scandal are not fit to be 
discussed in a "family" yearbook. 

Speaking of comedy, the majority of the 
nation had a few laughs at Oral Roberts' 
expense when he asked his viewers for $8M 
in donations by March of '87, or else God 
would "call him home. " When his deadline 
rolled around, Oral was still $1.3M short of 
"God's" demand. Unfortunately the public 
was cheated out of something which could 
have been very interesting when, at the last 
minute, a Florida dog track owner took pity 
on Roberts (whom he believed to be insane) 
and gave him the full amount. Weird. 



THE DOWN FALL OF GARY HART 

- (top left) Donna Rice shown here as a 
model, spent a week-end with Gary Hart 
and on Tuesday he withdrew from the 
Presidential Sweepstakes. 

"FOLLOW ME ANY TIME YOU 

WANT" - (top right) was the challenge 
issued by Gary Hart. 

MR. AND MRS. WONDERFUL - (left 
center) Jimmy and Tammy Bakker of the 
P.T.L. 

THE WONDER BOY OF WALL 
STREET - (right center) Ivan Boesky. 

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398 The Year In Review 



The Evening News 





Ironically, one of the most serious 
elements of 1986-87 came from the world of 
entertainment. Oliver Stone's motion picture, 
Platoon, supplied millions of movie -goers 
with the most intense, disturbing, and 
accurate vision of the Vietnam War ever put 
onto film. In Platoon, war and killing were 
not glorified, but condemned; and this 
message was carried away by audiences who 
felt as if they had left a funeral instead of a 
movie. 

On Broadway, the box offices were 
dominated by a new musical called Les 
Miserables. Based on a novel of the same 
name by Victor Hugo, it artfully presented a 
story of good and evil in 19th century 
revolutionary Paris. Advance ticket sales for 
Les Miserables exceeded $11M, nearly 
doubling the former U.S. record set by Cats. 

Record stores in 1987 made sure to keep 
their shelves fully stocked with the new lp's 
by Bon Jovi and U2, while the Grammy 
\ward for "Best Album" went to Paul 
Simon's "Gracehnd. " Also successful were 
comeback attempts by several "old" bands 
from the sixties and seventies. Most 
noticeable were the Monkees and Boston. 

Once again returning to the realm of 
weird, it can be seen that the most popular 
personalities of '86 - '87 were not exactly 
"normal. " Put simply, America's cultural 
icons consisted of a woman who turned 
letters on a game show, a talking head in a 
box, and a lunatic in a grey suit and red 
bow tie. For those who spent '86 - '87 under 
a rock, the last sentence is referring to 
Vanna White, Max Headroom, and Pee 
Wee Herman. 



THE STAR OF ALIENS - (inset) is 
Sigourney Weaver. 

THE OSCAR WINNER - (top left) as 
Best Picture is the epic about the Vietnam 
War, Platoon. 

THE TONY WINNER - (top right) as 
Best Musical is the Broadway blockbuster, 
Les Miserables. 

"I WOULD LIKE TO BUY A 
VOWEL" - (center) sets V_NN_ 

WH T_ in motion to turn the letters in 

"Wheel of Fortune. " 

THIS IS THE PEPSI GENERATION - 

(bottom left) we said the P word, Max 
Headroom. 

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The Year In Review 



399^ 




Milestones 



Four personalities from past years who 
died in 1987 were comic actors Ted Knight 
and Jackie "The Great One" Gleason, 
dancing actor Fred Astaire, and famous 
1960's pop artist Andy Warhol. Already 
recognized as "classics," the works of these 
men will live long after them. 

Four other people who immortalized 
themselves in the history books during this 
time were the crew and designer of the 
Voyager, an ultra -light, engine -driven 
aircraft. Devised by Burt Rutan and flown by 
a crew of three consisting of Dick Rutan, 
Chuck Yeager, and Jeana Yeager, the 
Voyager completed the first non-stop flight 
around the world. On one tank of gas, this 
weird-looking plane flew 25,012 miles in 9 
days, 3 minutes, and 44 seconds. 

Meanwhile, in the water, U.S. sailor 
Dennis Conner brought home the 
America's Cup after having lost it to the 
Australians in 1983. In his new boat, the 
Stars & Stripes, Conner dominated all phases 
of the race; leading the Australian 
Kookaburra III (weird name) around every 
mark of every race before taking it all by 
1:59 in the final one. 

Back in Massachusetts, Boston sports fans 
were subjected to a gut -wrenching year. 
After watching their Red Sox surprise 
everyone and win the AL Pennant, and then 
take the World Series to seven games 
against the highly favored New York Mets, 
they ran into a brick wall as series MVP 
Ray Knight homered for the Mets and took 
away all the glory. An outstanding season by 
AL MVP Roger Clemens, however, 
provided Bostonians with just one of the 
many memories from a great season. 



LET THE CELEBRATION BEGIN - 

(inset) for the World Champion New York 
Mets. 

AROUND THE WORLD NON STOP 

- (top) on one tank of gas is the Voyager. 

STARS AND STRIPES - (left center) 
brings back the America's Cup to where it 
rightfully belongs. 

THE FINAL HOUSE CALL - (right 
center) was made by the Doctah. Julius 
Erving retires from basketball with class 
and dignity. 

THE SEVENTH GAME STARTERS - 

(bottom left) The Mets, Ron Darling - 
(bottom right) The Red Sox, Bruce Hurst. 





400 The Year In Review 




Another disappointment occurred in April 
of '87 when local hero Marvin Hagler lost 
a twelve round split decision to Sugar Ray 
Leonard. After three years off, Leonard 
came back as a 3 to 1 underdog to take 
away Hagler's title in a major upset. Weird. 

Next, the L. A. Lakers came to Boston to 
prey on its weary fans. After losing the first 
two NBA Championship games big time 
on the west coast, the battle-scarred Celtics 
returned home, winning two games and 
losing another by one as the result of a "Jr. 
Skyhook" by MVP Magic Johnson. The 
Lakers, who had the NBA's best record in 
'87, went on to take the series home and win 
it in game six. 

Elsewhere in sports (There are sports 
outside of Boston), Super Bowl XXI pitted 
the New York Giants against the Denver 
Broncos. Setting a Super Bowl record for 
passing percentage (88% completions), 
quarterback Phil Simms guided his team to 
a 39-20 victory in Pasenda's Rose Bowl. 

In late May, something not -so -weird 
happened in Edmonton. The Oilers won 
their third Stanley Cup in the last four 
years. The reason that this was "not-so- 
weird" was because, for those last four years, 
they have had Wayne Gretzky who may be 
hockey's greatest all-time player on their 
team. After winning a record seventh straight 
NHL MVP award, Wayne Gretzky 
proceeded to lead the Oilers to a seven -game 
triumph over the Philadelphia Flyers. 




NEARLY PERFECT - (top left) Phil 
Simms as he led the Giants to their first 
Super Bowl Championship. 

CELTICS' PRIDE - (top right) was 
shown by the outstanding effort in the 
playoffs by Larry Bird and his "injured" 
teammates. 

THIS WAS A "MAGIC" YEAR 

(bottom left) Regular season and playoff 
M.V.P. Magic Johnson led the Lakers to 
the title in six games. 

STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS - 

(bottom right) The Edmonton Oilers. 



Thp Ypar In R«=»\/imA/ llC\ 



In college sports, 1987 saw Sport's 
Illustrated 's "Sportsman of the Year" equal 
Bear Bryant's record of six undefeated 
football seasons and coach the Penn State 
Nittany Lions to a 14-10 victory against the 
University of Miami Hurricanes, giving 
them the National Championship. In 
addition to these achievements, Joe 
Paterno's commitment to education helped 
him to win S.I.'s honor. Aside from donating 
$100G to the school library and $50G to the 
minority student fund, the football coach 
convinced P.S.U.'s trustees to raise the 
school's entry requirements. Now that's 
really weird. 

A similar commitment to both athletes 
and education was shown by Bobby 
Knight, Coach of the Indiana University 
Hoosiers, who won the NCAA Basketball 
Championship in a 74-73 win over the 
Syracuse University Orangemen. By some 
weird coincidence, the basketball movie, 
Hoosiers, appeared in the theatres shortly 
before the victory. 

Ah, the good old days. Now wasn't that 
fun? Even if you didn't think so, you will 
probably continue to remember most of what 
you just read for a long time to come. I 
think that we all know the reason for this, so 
all together now: It was WEIRD. 

Nick Kontos 



A SEASON ON THE 
BRINK - (top) turns 
into the third N.C.A.A. 
Championship for Bobby 
Knight and The Indiana 
Hoosiers. 

THE GREAT ONE - 

(bottom left) is Wayne 
Gretzky, the greatest 
hockey player of all time. 

PORTRAIT OF A 
LEGEND - (bottom 
right) He has a cardboard 
cut-out of himself, a 
library endowment fund in 
his name, a sandwich 
named after him, as well 
as a song. Joe Paterno, the 
head coach of the 
National Champion Penn 
State Nittany Lions. 




402 The Year In Review 



Sports Highlights 




vs. 

LEONARD 








"YOU'VE GOTTA LUV THOSE 
LIONS - (inset) Penn State is Number 1. 

THE LONG AWAITED SHOWDOWN 

- (top left) turns out to be a bust for 
Marvelous Marvin Hagler. 

"IN YOUR FACE VINNY" - (top 
right) All-American Shane Conlan with big 
interception for Penn State in the Fiesta 
Bowl. 

A CRANK CASE WITH BAD 
PISTONS - (bottom left) Bill "Who Me" 
Laimbeer giving one of his many elbows to 
Larry Bird. 

THE NEXT WILLIE MAYS - (bottom 
right) The Reds' Eric Davis. 



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The Year In Review 403 



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Colleges Attending 



Eileen Ahlman - Framingham State 

Michael Alibrandi - Franklin Institute 

Brenda Amelia - Bridgewater State 

Karen Anderson - Middlesex Community College 

Denise Arsenault - Mass Bay Community College 

Michael Arsenault - Northeastern University 

Jessica Assad - Aquinas Junior College 

Mark Aucoin - Framingham State 

Gerald Augustine - Bunker Hill Community College 

Daisy Aviles - Salem State 

Anthony Avruch - University of Chicago 

Susan Barker - Fitchburg State 

Julie Barry - Aquinas Junior College 

Kara Baruch - University of Lowell 

Darin Basile - University of Mass at Amherst 

Nancy M. Bastarache - Regis College 

Edward Beach - Middlesex Community College 

David Belskis - Middlesex Community College 

Alisa Bennett - Middlesex Community College 

Louise Bernard - University of Mass at Boston 

Donna Bisson - Brandeis University 

Sean Biggins - Brandeis University 

Cheryl Blais - Boston College 

Christine Bonner - Ithaca College 

David Bove - Suffolk University 

Phillip Brake - University of Lowell 

Deborah Braunert - Bentley College 

Donald Brennan - Mass Bay Community College 

Joseph Brennan - St. Michael's College 

Mark Brophy - Mass Bay Community College 

Michelle Brunaccini - Babson College 

Christopher Buckley - Babson College 

Janet Burgess - Regis College 

William Burgess - Middlesex Community College 

Karen Burke - Northeastern University 

Marianne Burke - Aquinas Junior College 

Thomas Burke - Bentley College 

John Byam - Northeastern University 

Shawn Callahan - Johnson and Wales College 

Emma Caruso - Lasell Junior College 

Joanna Casey - Bryant College 

Rhonda Cassidy - Mass Bay Community College 

Lynn Chang - Emmanuel College 

Heather Chiasson - Simmons College 

Patricia Chiasson - Regis College 

William Chiasson - University of Mass at Amherst 

Carl Cincotta - University of Lowell 

Julia Clarke - Bentley College 

Juliette M. Clarke - University of Mass at Amherst 

Janet Cloherty - Bentley College 

Stephen Coco - University of Lowell 

Sara Cohn - Nichols College 

Karen Connelly - Salve Regina-The Newport College 

Laura Connor - Aquinas Junior College 

William Corcoran - Franklin Institute 

Maureen Cotugno - Lasell Junior College 

Karen Courtney - Bridgewater State 

David P. Cousineau - University of Mass at Amherst 

Scott Cowan - Middlesex Community College 

Lynne Coxall - Franklin Pierce College 

Christine Crowe - University of New Hampshire 

Harry Curtis - Bryant College 

Richard Daly - University of Vermont 

Anthony D'Amico - Northeastern University 

Deborah D'Amore - Southeastern Mass University 

Gina D'Andragora - Suffolk University 

Mark Davy - University of Mass at Amherst 

Amy DeGiso - Aquinas Junior College 

Jean M. Demeo - University of Lowell 

James Dempsey - Mass Bay Community College 

Mark DePass - Stetson University 

Jennifer Deveaux - Regis College 

Sheryl Guarini - Mass Bay Community College 

James DeVincent - Wentworth Institute 

Andrea Diana - Middlesex Community College 

Andrew DiPasquale - Wentworth Institute 

Randy Doiron - Middlesex Community College 

Isa M. Donelle - Mass Bay Community College 

Michelle Donovan - Bentley College 

Sandra Dorigatti - Lasell Junior College 

Michelle Duprez - Boston College 

James Elliot - University of Mass at Amherst 

404 Colleges Attending 



David Falzone - Northeastern University 

Karla Farese - Northeastern University 

Giovanna Fazio - Mass Bay Community College 

Lynn Feeney - Aquinas Junior College 

Amy Ferolito - Salem State College 

Debra Fisher - Dean Junior College 

Francis J. Fleming - St. Michael's College 

Maureen Florio - Fitchburg State College 

Alicia Fontes - Bay State Junior College 

Jeannene Forbes - McGill University 

Robert Shawn Forcier - Bentley College 

John Fraser - Framingham State College 

Matthew Gallagher - Fairfield University 

Mayur Gandhi - Northeastern University 

Janice Gaudet - Framingham State College 

Christopher Gelinas - Bentley College 

Diana Ghioldi - Salem State College 

David Gibbs - University of Lowell 

Lisa Giovanetti - Tufts University 

Ann Giugno - Southeastern Mass University 

Darrell Goodman - Mass Bay Community College 

Annemarie Graziano - Lasell Junior College 

Kevin Greeley - Mass Bay Community College 

Richard Griffin - Bryant College 

Eric Grossman - New Hampshire College 

Carolann Guadagnino - Cape Cod Community College 

Christine Guillette - Bentley College 

Gregory Gullotti - Northeastern University 

Kiley Hache - Northeastern University 

Gloria Hajian - Middlesex Community College 

Neal Hakar - Middlesex Community College 

Deborah Hallowell - University of Lowell 

Ann -Marie Hanlon - Bridgewater State College 

Ronald Harris - University of California Santa Barbara 

Robert Hazel - Plymouth State College 

Mark Hebert - Wentworth Institute 

Thomas Henry - Northeastern University 

Kara Howley - University of Mass at Boston 

Patricia Jimenez - Bentley College 

Marcelo Joniaux - North Adams State College 

Austin Jordan - Middlesex Community College 

Marc Jordan - Framingham State College 

Melissa Juliano - Framingham State College 

Erik Kampe - Tulane University 

S. Andrew Kasper - Boston College 

John Kavey - University of Mass at Boston 

Robert Keane - University of Lowell 

Judith Kendall - Suffolk University 

Nicholas Kontos - Tufts University 

Shoushan Kouyoumjian - Mass College of Art 

Brenda LaFort - University of Lowell 

Michelle Landry - Bay State Community College 

Karen Lappas - Regis College 

Matthew Lasker - Gettysburg College 

Katina Lawdis - Regis College 

Christopher LeBlanc - Wentworth Institute 

Richard J. LeBlanc - Fitchburg State College 

Thomas LeBlanc - University of Lowell 

Lorri Leonard - Aquinas Junior College 

Judith E. Linnehan - College of the Holy Cross 

Andrew Long - University of Vermont 

Tanyi Loor - Burdett College 

Uyen Lu - Newbury College 

Cheryl Lucas - Aquinas Junior College 

Kerry A. Lucchese - St. Anselm College 

Michelle Mabardy - Bentley College 

Stephen MacDonald - Ithaca College 

Janet Maclnnis - Hamilton College 

Mark Magno - Middlesex Community College 

Ravi Mallela - University of California at Berkeley 

Susan Maloney - Aquinas Junior College 

Carl F. Manganelli - Franklin Institute 

Charline Martin - Suffolk University 

Nicole Maurice - Southeastern Academy 

Lisa McCabe - New England Baptist School of Nursing 

Steven McCue - Bentley College 

Lisa McDonald - Salem State College 

Sheila McGann - Southeastern Mass University 

Andrew McGrady - Bentley College 

Lynda McSweeney - Bridgewater State College 

Marianne Meech - Aquinas Junior College 

Lisa Melanson - Middlesex Community College 



Rosalie Mele - Mass Bay Community College 
Steven Meuse - Fitchburg State College 
Stephanie Millar - Regis College 
Jeff Miller - University of Lowell 
Lisa Mola - Mass Bay Community College 
Deborah Monahan - Boston College 
Michael S. Monahan - University of Mass at Amherst 
Katherine Moran - Lasell Junior College 
Eileen Neal - Aquinas Junior College 
Dung Nguyen - Case Western Reserve University 
Jennifer Nicolai - Bay State Junior College 
Shawna Noiles - Aquinas Junior College 
Lisa Noke - Boston Conservatory of Music 
Kristen Norton - Bay State Junior College 
Nicole Nowlan - Lasell Junior College 
ICelli O'Brien - Mass Bay Community College 
Theresa O'Neill - Fitchburg State College 
Jorge Orta - Bridgewater State College 
Scott Parello - Suffolk University 
Vicki Parent - McGill University 
Yung Hun Park - University of Lowell 
Kevin Patano - Bentley College 
Ashish Patel - Northeastern University 
Shailesh Patel - Northeastern 
Uday Patel - Suffolk University 
Matthew Pecci - Boston College 
Carrie Peck - Lasell Junior College 
Alan Penniman - Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
Erik Peterson - Northeastern University 
Farben Piedrahita - Framingham State College 
Carol Pinzone - Lasell Junior College 
Paul Poirier - Bentley College 
David Power - Saint Anselm College 
Kathleen Pratt - Stonehill College 
Andrew Proia - Mass College of Art 
Lisa Puglielli - Saint Anselm College 
Andrea Rando - Southeastern Mass University 
Nadine Rankin - St. Elizabeth's School of Nursing 
Michele Regan - Aquinas Junior College 
Timothy Regan - Western Connecticut State University 
Lisa Richard - Aquinas Junior College 
Noella Richard - Mass Bay Community College 
Holly Lynne Richardson - Simmons College 
Stephanie Ritcey - Salem State College 
Sandra Robichaud - Aquinas Junior College 
Kelli Roche - Salem State College 
Erik D. Royds - Suffolk University 
Mark Russo - Embry Riddle Aeronautical University 
Michael T. Ryan - Mass Bay Community College 
John St. Germain - Southeastern Mass University 
Cheryl Saltalamacchia - Framingham State College 
Marie Sanon - University of Mass at Amherst 
Paula Sargavakian - University of Mass at Amherst 
Christopher Sarkisian - University of Mass at Amherst 
Kevin Sheridan - Middlesex Community College 
Christine Spoto - Northeastern University 
Nancy Steinberg - Brandeis University 
Karen Stevens - Boston University 
Erin M. Sullivan - Worcester State College 
Christopher Taranto - Mass Bay Community College 
Tracey Thebado - University of New Hampshire 
Wayne Theriault - Suffolk University 
Jennifer Tiano - Endicott College 
Steven Tulimieri - Bentley College 
Stephanie Turner - Mass College of Art 
Craig Valine - Suffolk University 
Albert Velella - Northeastern University 
Kelly Walsh - Brandeis University 
Michael Wheeler - Bentley College 
David Williams - Newbury College 
Jeffrey Williams - University of Lowell 
Jonathon E. Williams - Chamberlayne Junior College 
Steven Wright - University of Mass at Amherst 
Christina Yarossi - Bay State Junior College 
Hyon C. Yim - University of Mass at Amherst 
Chin-Mei Yu - Mass College of Art 
Tachien Yu - Boston University 
Rosanna Zagame - Aquinas Junior College 
Sandra Zeytoonian - Art Institute of Boston 



Senior Directory 



In this section we have listed the 
pages that seniors appear on. 
Needless to say, we are proud of 
the results. The following are totals 
from the main section and ad 
section: 433 seniors (80%) 
appeared at least 2 times, 326 
(60%) at least 3 times, 253 (50%) 
at least 4 times, and 194 (35%) at 
least 5 times. We would like to 
thank all the seniors who helped in 
any way and we hope you enjoyed 
the book. 

The Yearbook Staff 

Ricardo Abeiga 22 

Linda Agahigian 22, 349 

Eileen Ahlman 22, 349 

Melissa Alarie 5, 22, 135(2), 328, 349 

Michael Alibrandi 22, 349 

Brenda Amelia 22, 49, 325, 349 

Karen Anderson 5, 22, 49, 325, 369 

Joe Arcuri 9 

Denise Arsenault 22, 193, 349 

Michael Arsenault 12, 22, 119 

Jessica Assad 22, 56, 166, 177, (1 Ad) 307(2), 321, 

344, 349, PLUS 4 
Don Atwood 205 
Amy Aucoin 36 
Mark Aucoin 22 
Thomas Aucoin 198, 211, 212 
Michelle Auditore 14, 15, 22, 239, 300, 313, 328 

PLUS 4 
Gerald Augustine 14, 17, 23, 349, 369 
Daisy Aviles 23, 349 
Anthony Avruch 17, 23 

Krissy Bankosky 8, 14, 23, 74, 88, 89, 93, 96, 
104, 127, 135, 168, 183, 310, 332, 349, 354, 372 
PLUS 5 

Susan Barker 4, 23, 76, 96, 100, 192, (l Ad) 285, 

349 
Janine Barrile 23, 349 

Julie Barry 4, 23, 88(2), 89, 96, 106, 174, 175, (1 
Ad) 261, 308, 336, 349 PLUS 3 

Kara Baruch 4, 23, 76, 86, 361 

Darin Basile 23, 137 

Nancy Bastarache 14, 23, 42, 369 

Nancy Bastarache 23, 306, 330 

Edward Beach 7, 23, 330, 362 

David Belskis 24, 193, 330 

Alisa Bennett 24 

Louise Bernard 15, 24, 339 

Robert Bettinelli 6, 24, 40, (1 Ad) 318, 330 

Sean Biggins 24, 87, 102, 103, (1 Ad) 304, 330 
John Bilodeau 24, 330 

Donna Bisson 24, 85, (l Ad) 265 

Cheryl Blais 14, 24, 105, 162, (l Ad) 277, 294, 329, 
330, 363, 380 PLUS 5 

Christine Bonner 24, 176, 275, 330 

Chris Bodholdt 9, 198, 251, 279, 301, 375 PLUS 4 

Paul Bourgeois 198, 207 

Geoffrey Bourque 198, 210, 320 

David Bove 24, 64, 330, 346 

Elisabeth Boyer 24 

Cheryl Brackesy 14, 17, 24, 176, 306, 330, 364, 382 
PLUS 4 

Phil Brake 10, 14, 25, 106, 116, 119, 171, 330, 
371, 372 

Deborah Braunert 25, 174, 330 

Donald Brennan 25 

Joseph Brennan 25, 94, 97, 330 

Mark Brophy 25, 330 



Charlene Brown 25, 62, 85, 330 

Michelle Bruce 25, 68, 324, 330 

Michelle Brunaccini 4, 14, 16, 25, 84, 88, 89, 104, 
112, 113, 125(2), 169, 180, (5 Ads) 245, 247, 
252, 263, 291(4), 297, 323, 328, 330, 344, 347, 365, 

382 PLUS 11 
Steve Bryson 210 

Chris Buckley 21, 25, 82, 106, 109, 110, 111, 

139(2), 184, 188, 282, 286 
David Buonomo 198 

Janet Burgess 25, 96, 185, (2 Ads) 330 MINUS 1 
William Burgess 10, 25, 80, 104, 106, 119, 149, 

163, 299, 317, 321, 331, 373, 387 PLUS 6 
Karen Burke 10, 25, 53, 86, 102, 106, 188, 191, 

320, 331(2) 
Marianne Burke 10, 11, 26, 76, 167, 311, 366, 373 
Thomas Burke 26, 331 
John Byam 11, 26, 180 
Dawn Caesar 26 
Ann Callahan 26, 322 
Pamela Callahan 26, 172, (1 Ad) 328 
Shawn Callahan 7, 10, 26, 80, 96, 167, 181, (1 

Ad) 302, 304, 311, 331, 366, 373 PLUS 5 
Robert Camara 17, 26, 59, 230, 312, 331, 363 PLUS 

4 
Adrian Campbell 27, 331 
Lisa Campbell 27, 187, 324, 331 
Dawn Cannistraro 27, 61, 317, 331, 357, 369, 380, 

383 PLUS 6 
Michael Cannistraro 331 

Thomas Carafiello 13, 14, 27, 45, (2 Ads) 230, 331, 

377 
Cynthia Cardarelli 11, 17, 27, 94 
Emma Caruso 6, 14, 27, 74, 100, 104, 106, 174, 

179, (1 Ad) 249, 266(4), 298, 312, 331, 332 PLUS 

8 
James Casey 27, (l Ad) 331, 346, 360 
Joanna Casey 10, 27, 84, 96, 146(2), 147(2), 158, 

159, 185, 189, (2 Ads) 321(2), 331, 359, 381 

PLUS 3 
Rhonda Cassidy 28, 331 
Ann Catino 28 
Lisa Champagne 20, 28, 78, 122, 123(2), 173, 

189, (5 Ads) 239, 300, 313, 320, 332, 356 PLUS 1 
Lynn Chang 28 
Hassan Chehab 28, 332 
Claude Chiasson 10, 28, 119, 172, (3 Ads) 332 

MINUS 2 
Heather Chiasson 15, 28, 52, 72, (l Ad) 316, 318, 

332, 367 PLUS 3 
Patricia Chiasson 28, 130, 177, (1 Ad) 248, 332 
William Chiasson 29, 160, 161(3), 174, 314, 332 
Debora Chiavaras 29, 332 

Brian Chisholm 14, 29, 106, (1 Ad) 314, 364, 379 
Anthony Cincotta 12, 29, 119, 332 
Carl Cincotta 14, 29, 91, 137, 176, 186, (2 Ads) 

228, 242, 308, 332 
Sal Cinqueonce 198, 332 
Julie Clarke 29, 79, 97, 141(2), 154, 155, (1 Ad) 

280, 332 
Juliette Clarke 29, 305, 309(2), 332 PLUS 4 
Janet Cloherty 11, 21, 29, 83, 108, 110, 111, 146, 

147(3), 158(2), 159, 273, 332 
Steven Coco 12, 30, 332 
Sara Cohn 2, 11, 14, 30, 74, 82, 93, 95, 96, 97, 

162, 171, (1 Ad) 249, 259, 277, 294, 298, 332, 337, 

363, 380 PLUS 8 
Rick Collette 30, 332 
Jose Colon 30, 172, 332 
Rhonda Compton 30, 43, 80, 189, 225, (19 Ads) 

269, 312, 316(2), 317, 324, 327, 332, 356, 357, 

358(2), 368, 369, 370, 373, 374, 380, 383(2), 387 

PLUS 2 
Karen Connelly 12, 30, 72, 96, 189, 225, (17 Ads) 

238, 281, 293, 311(2), 315(2), 322(2), 332, 355, 

362, 363, 370(2), 373, 375, 381, 382, 385, 386 

PLUS 4 
Lawrence Coppola 17, 30, 84, 119, 173 (l Ad) 



230, 257, 327, 332 PLUS 3 
Erin Corcoran 14, 15, 20, 30, 90, 175, (2 Ads) 

239, 300, 301(2), 313, 316, 328, 332, 358 PLUS 7 
William Corcoran 3, 4, 31, 89(3), 96, 106, 133, 

293, 332, 344, 354, 357 PLUS 5 
Leah Cormier 31, 324, 349 
Stephen Cotoni 14, 31, 119, 136, 165, 336 
Maureen Cotugno 31, 349 
Karen Courtney 31, 96, 158(2), 349 
David Cousineau 31, 77, 189, 310, 349 
Scott Cowan 31, 349 
Lynne Coxall 31, 57, 87, 183, (4 Ads) 303(2), 

323(2), 326, 349, 385 PLUS 3 
Christine Crowe 32, 57, 74, 94, 132, 133, 134, 

135, 168, 177, (1 Ad) 287, 323, 326, 349 PLUS 

3 
James Crowley 32, 79, 119, 149, 173, 188, 322, 

349, 387 

Edward Cucchi 194, 198, 200, 210, 213, 309, 314, 

316 
Harry Curtis 32 

Anthony D'Amico 32, 120, 121(2), 169, 187, 349 
Deborah D'Amore 2, 14, 17, 32, 74, 89, 93, 126, 

127, 134, 135, 165, 175, 308, 310 
Gina D'Andragora 32, 52 
Robert Dagostino 32 
Richard Daly 32, 86, 110, 237, 310, 349 
Jack Daniels 33, 342, 349, 385 
Julie Danielson 194, 198, 209, 213, 360 
Mark Davy 349 
Amy DeGiso 164 
Jean Demeo 33, 78, 83, HI, 122, 123(2), 141, 

154, 155, (2 Ads) 256, 273, 327, 346, 384 PLUS 

3 
James Dempsey 33, 81 

Mark DePass 33, 160, 161(2), 286, 349, 368 
Joanne Desenclos 33, 184 
Jennifer Deveaux 33, 184, 186, (l Ad) 305 
James DeVincent 33, 179, (1 Ad) 365, 379 
Andrea Diana 33, 350 
Robert DiGregorio 11, 34, 350, 394 
Andrew DiPasquale 34, (2 Ads) 350, 361, 378 
Randy Doiron 10, 34, 89(3), 96, 278, 299, 350, 357 

PLUS 4 
Isa Donnelle 14, 34, 350 
Joe Donoghue 48, 350 
Michelle Donovan 34, 42, 163, 182, (1 Ad) 306, 

350, 377 

Sandra Dorigatti 34, 350 

Courtney Driscoll 34, 172, 350 

Dean Duguay 198 

Caroline Dumas 34 

Dennis Dunham 198, 209 

Michelle Duprez 35, 168, 344, 350 

Dawn Dupuis 35, 65, 350 

James Elliot 17, 35 

Marlene Enos 35, 101, 350 

Anthony Esposito 198 

James Fahey 35, 45, 60, 350 

David Falzone 17, 35, 119, 350 

Michael Falzone 35, 350 

Michael Falzone 17, 35, 119, (1 Ad) 253, 297, 328, 

350, 393 PLUS 4 
Karla Farese 16, 36, 106, 333, 341 
Frederick Fasano 36, 333 
Giovanna Fazio 36, 333 
Michael Feeley 36, 85, 333 
Michelle Feeley 36, 85, 333 
Lynn Feeney 36, 67, 84, 92, 96, 104, 168, 183, (1 

Ad) 291, 297, 328, 333, 372(2) PLUS 5 
Monica Feetham 36, 50, 88(2), 89, 96(2), 325 
Amy Ferolito 2, 8, 16, 36, 77, 82, 88, 89, 101, 

125(2), (1 Ad) 247, 282, 297, 333, 347, 372 

PLUS 5 
Karin Ferranti 37 333 
Ronald Ferro 37, 333 
Debra Fisher 37, 78, 89, 96, 131(2), 176, (1 Ad) 

333, 344, 354 



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Michael Fitzsimmons 37 333 

Francis Fleming 37, 174, (1 Ad) 258, 333 

Maureen Florio 37, 96, 122, 123(2), 141(2), 154, 

(1 Ad) 280, 333, 343 
Alicia Fontes 37, 166, 173 
Jeannene Forbes 37, 81, 192, 303, 305, 327, 333, 354, 

384 PLUS 6 
Robert Forcier 38, 119, 174, (1 Ad) 290, 333, 391 
Tullia Fragale 38, 333 
John Fraser 38, 333 
Paul Fraser 38 
Susan Frazier 38 
John Gallagher 38, 333 
Matthew Gallagher 8, 38, 74, 83, 96, 120, 121, 

128(2), 129, 188, 282, 286, 304, 310, 311, 333, 

373 PLUS 7 
Michael Gallagher 38 
Laura Gamble 39, 324, 350 

Jill Gamerman 3, 39, 168, 186 

Mayur Gandhi 39, 350 

Cheryl Gargone 39, 68, 172, 311, 324, 350 

Janice Gaudet 26, 39, 69, 72, 176 

Christopher Gelinas 8, 39, 117, 119, 137, 156, 188, 

311, 335, 350 
Gary Gentile 39, 344, 350, 379 
Diana Ghioldi 39, 306 
Stephen Giangrande 40, 118, 119, 260, 274, 299, 

302, 312, 321, 368, 378, 387 PLUS 9 
David Gibbs 40, 121, 150(2), 350 
Mark Gilkie 40 
Lisa Giovanetti 11, 40, 140, 141, 144, 152(2), 

154, 170, 282 
Donna Girolamo 27, 40, 332, 350 
Ann Giugno 40, 350 
Lori Gobbi 1, 40, 96(2), 106, 124, 319, 321, 347, 

350, 379 PLUS 5 
Renee Gobbi 1, 40, 96, 124, 164, (1 Ad) 319, 321, 

347, 350, 378, 379 PLUS 5 
Michael Godfroy 198 
Nancy Goguen 41, 165, 324, 350 
Norman Gosselin 41, 350 
Thomas Gosselin 41, 84, 350 
Ken Gouveia 9, 199, (2 Ads) 308(2) 
Sean Graham 199, 202, 207 
Alicia Gray 41, 172, 350 
Ann Marie Graziano 20, 41, 63, 189, (l Ad) 239, 

300, 313, 320, 334, 373 PLUS 5 
Kevin Greeley 41, 316, 327, 334 
Deborah Gregorio 14, 17, 41, (3 Ads) 306, 334, 

355, 364, 382 PLUS 2 
Richard Griffin 11, 14, 41, 105, 162, 277, 334, 337, 

380 PLUS 4 
Eric Grossman 81, (l Ad) 289, 334 
Carolann Guadagnino 42, 55, 63, 133, 189, 293 
Sheryl Guarini 42, 132, 334, 386 
Chrissy Guillette 4, 14, 42, 88, 89, 96, 143, 169, 

(5 Ads) 246, 277, 294, 334, 361, 363, 373, 380, 381, 

PLUS 4 
Gregory Gullotti 41, 42, 334 
Arthur Gurney 96, 165, 199, 212 
Francis Hache 12, 42, 63, 143(2) 
Kiley Hache 42 
Richard Hacsunda 42 
Gloria Hajian 42, 66, 78, (1 Ad) 298, 334, 354, 359 

PLUS 3 
Neal Hakar 43, 167, 340 
Richard Halleran 9, 199 
Deborah Hallowell 43, 66, 77, 95, 106, 192, 305, 

334, 354 
Ann -Marie Hanlon 11, 26, 43, 334, 361 
Charles Harris 6, 43, 133(2), 187, 334, 338 
Ronald Harris 43, 96, 106, 137, 310, 334 
Richard Hathaway 43, 334 
Robert Hazel 14, 43, 96, 105, 133, 162, 177, (l 

Ad) 277, 293, 334, 354, 374, 380 PLUS 5 
Mark Hebert 10, 14, 43, 105, 143, 277, 334(2), 357, 

374 PLUS 5 

Thomas Henry 44, 84, 96, 334 

Lisa Hesse 44, 351 

James Higgins 44, 181 

Keith Hogan 199, 201, 204, 213 



Kara Holmquist 44, 83, 141(2), 280, 282, 343, 351 

PLUS 4 
Donald Hosick 4, 44, 80, 88, 89(3), 103 
Kara Howley 10, 44, 51, 88, 89, 96, 112, 113, 

124, 163, 186, 263, 347, 351, 378 PLUS 4 
Patricia Huff 44, 76, 91, 351 
Suzanne Hughes 44, 169 
Tom Hyson 206 

Ed Irwin 15, 119(2), 175, 199, 207, 213 
Patricia Jiminez 45, 351 
Marcello Joniaux 121(3) 
Austin Jordan 45, (2 Ads) 229, 379 
Marc Jordan 45, 128, 129, 310, 351 
Dina Joyce 20, 45, 176, 239, 244, 255, 300, 313, 316, 

351, 363 PLUS 8 
Melissa Juliano 11, 45, 78, 93, 96, 170, 183, 351, 

362 
Lana Jurigian 45, 87(2), 130, 131, 351 
Mike Kaldec 199, 206 
Erik Kampe 45, 121 
Lisabeth Kamphaus 45 
Andrew Kasper 21, 46, 74, 82, 106, 114, 189, 249, 

286, 351 
Vanessa Kaupelis 46, 163, 186, 335, 343, 355 
John Kavey 46, 58, 79, 138, 139, 156, 318, 375 
Robert Keane 46, 335 
Maureen Keating 46, 158, 159, 167, 335 
Kristen Keefe 17, 46, (1 Ad) 305, 335 
Pierre Keledjian 46, 335 
Judith Kendall 11, 46, 92, 96, 124, 177, (l Ad) 

335, 359 
James Kerr 199, 206 
Timothy King 46, 335 
Debra Kinsman 46 
Nick Kontos 46, 96, 97, 107, 109, 112, 113, 175, 

186, 190, (3 Ads) 237, 310, 335, 367 
Kim Krukonis 335 

Shoushan Kouyoumjian 46, 193, 335 
Barry Kutz 13, 46 
Robert Labossiere 9, 199 
Stephanie Ladd 43, 47, (2Ads) 324, 327, 335, 370, 

383 PLUS 3 
Brenda LaFort 37, 47, 176, 215, 335 
Peter Lally 47, (l Ad) 335 
Cham Lam 47, 335 
Catherine Landry 47, 76, 165, 176, (l Ad) 269, 316, 

335, 371 PLUS 3 
Michelle Landry 7, 47, 166, 268, 335 
Karen Lappas 15, 31, 47, 316, 318, 335, 365 PLUS 

4 
Roy Larade 199, (2 Ads) 308(2), 314, 369 
Matt Lasker 47, 79, 120, 121, 331, 336 
Katina Lawdis 47, 336 
Christopher LeBlanc 47 
Kristen LeBlanc 47, 107, 321, 336, 375 
Michael LeBlanc 12, 48, 336 
Michelle LeBlanc 48, 336 
Nicole LeBlanc 10,48, 336 
Norman LeBlanc 12, 168, 308, 336, 372 
Richard LeBlanc 8, 48, 96, 107, 116, 117, 118, 

119(2), 156, 311, 336, 357 
Thomas LeBlanc 14, 48, 85, 142, 143, 336 
Yvette Lebon 48, 336 
Brian Leger 199, 200 
Roland Leger 62, 336 
Danny LeLievre 5, 48, 96, 116, 119, 143(2), (4 

Ads) 300, 320(2), 336, 344, 356, 365 PLUS 4 
Robert LeLievre 48, 54, 133, 293, 336 
Lorri Leonard 49, 56, 166, 214, 321, 336 
Carl Lespinasse 49 
Roger Lespinasse 199 
Linda Libertini 49 
Diane Limoli 6, 49, 332 
Judith Linnehan 11, 49, 83, 140, 141, 144, 152, 

153, 155, 170, 188, 282, 336, 374 
Michael Lirette 49 

Andrew Long 49, 76, 96, 107, 173, 192, 305, 336 
Tanyi Loor 42, 49, 167, (2 Ads) 336, 355, 369 
Khanh Lu 335 
Uyen Lu 335 
Cheryl Lucas 50, 173, 324, 336, 381 



Kerry Lucchese 17, 50, 185, 186, 336 

Kimberly Lutes 50 

Christopher Lynch 50 

Michelle Mabardy 2, 6, 14, 35, 50, 143, (1 Ad) 

246, 277, 294, 336, 342, 363, 373, 380 PLUS 7 
Steven MacDonald 14, 50, 75, 121, 129(2), 176, 

308, 310, 336 
Janet Maclnnis 11, 50, 83, 93, 107, 109, 111, 
141(2), 144, 153, (1 Ad) 273, 282, 297(2), 388 
PLUS 4 
Dan MacKay 202, 208 
Vernon MacLeod 10, 50, 119, 356, 388 
Scott MacNeil 388 

Kenneth Madaglia 51, 165, (1 Ad) 307, 388 
Peter Magliarditi 202, 208 
Mark Magno 34, 51, 307, 312, 388 
John Maguire 51, 388 
Patrick Maher 194, 202, 213, (1 Ad) 362 
John Maione 34, 51, 105, 107, 121(2), 312, 388 
Ravi Mallela 17, 110, 111, 273 
Susan Maloney 51, 388 
Ellis Manasse 51 
Carl Manganelli 51, 97, (l Ad) 235, 322, 324, 388 

PLUS 3 
Regina Marchant 51, 165, 284, 324, 388 
Dennis Marks 96, 201, 202 
Paul Marks 307, 308, 388 
Charline Martin 10, 14(2), 52, 104, 166, 182, (3 

Ads) 325, 334, 370, 372 
Nicole Maurice 28, 42, 52, 177, 306, 369, 388 
Ann Marie Mazzocchi 52, 134, 135(2), 141, 153, 

155, (1 Ad) 375, 388 
Brenda McAndrews 202, 209, 383 
Lisa McCabe 4, 52, 96, 100, 388 
Daniel McCarthy 52, 307, 388 
Jack McCarthy 118, 119, 202, 211 
Sharlene McCue 52 

Steven McCue 52, 81, 138, 139, 286, 304, 373, 388 
PLUS 4 

Lisa McDonald 4, 52, 53, 388 
Sheila McGann 12, 53, 78, 225 (17 Ads) 238, 281, 
293, 302, 311, 315, 355, 356, 357, 366, 368, 369, 
370(2), 373, 375, 376, 378, 384, 386, 387, PLUS 4 

Kenneth McGilvray 53, 337 

Stacy McGovern 7, 12, 16, 49, 53, 175, 318 

Ed McGowan 337 

Andrew McGrady 12, 53, 176 

Althea McLaughlin 53, 337 

Michael McNally 5, 53, 119, 337 

Shawn McNamara 10, 53, 119 

Lynda McSweeney 5, 12, 49, 53, 337 

Marianne Meech 12, 16, 54, (1 Ad) 294, 337 

Eric Melanson 12, 54, 96, 142, 143, (3 Ads) 308, 
318, 356, 357, 375 

Lisa Melanson 17, 54, 89, 94, 107, 337, 357, 380 

Marisa Mele 14, 54, 337, 344 

Rosalie Mele 7, 54, 77, 337 

Steven Meuse 54, 119, 164 

Michael Michaud 337 

Stephanie Millar 31, 40, 54, 318, 337 
Jeffrey Miller 54, 81, 168 

Lisa Mola 55, 84 

Deborah Monahan 12, 55, 72, 96, (1 Ad) 232, 238, 
311, 337, 355, 370, 373 PLUS 6 

Michael Monahan 55, (1 Ad) 317, 337, 386 

Mario Monti 202, 209 

Paul Moon 9, 98, 119(2), 189, 194, 202, 213, (3 
Ads) 314, 360, 361, 387 

Katherine Moran 55, 172, 337 
Jeanne Morreale 11, 15, 55, 92, 169, (3 Ads) 283, 
318, 337, 365, 374, 381 PLUS 3 

Tammy Morrison 55, (1 Ad) 226, 275, 296, 318, 338, 
373 PLUS 5 

Laura Morse 55, (2 Ads) 290, 306 

Donna Mosman 55 

Tracey Mucci 14, 56, 164, 168, 338, 344 

Scott Muizulis 56 

Dennis Mullane 56, 79, (1 Ad) 338 

Linda Mullane 14, 56, 92, 96, 104, 168, 174, 185, 
(2 Ads) 266(2), 271, 272, 298 PLUS 3 

Edward Murphy 95, 203, 209 



406 Senior Directory 



Eileen Neal 56, 307, 313, 325, 334, 338 PLUS 5 

Dao Ngo 56 

Dung Nguyen 110 

Jennifer Nicolai 38, 56, 175, 338, 377 

Bruce Nies 203, 204, 213 

Jason Nocera 48, 56, 338 

Shawna Noiles 10, 15, 57, 313, 338 

Lisa Noke 7, 18, 57, 80, 107, 112, 113, 125(2), 

163, 164, 177, 225, (56 Ads) 241, 247, 260, 263, 

276, 288, 295, 299, 302, 312, 317, 321(2), 323, 338, 

347, 354, 357, 358, 359, 366, 368, 370, 371, 376, 378, 

381, 383, 391, 392 MINUS 25 
Kelly Norton 57, 172 
Kristin Norton 38, 57, 338, 377 
Nicole Nowlan 14, 57, 104, 174, 175, 180, (1 Ad) 

266(2), 271, 298, 319, 332, 338 PLUS 6 
Kelli O'Brien 57, (1 Ad) 326, 338 
Maureen O'Brien 11, 17, 57 
Theresa O'Neill 57, 338 
Jim O'Reilly 3, 9, 203, 204, 213, 314 
Jorge Orta 34, 58, 107, 116, 117, 119, 137, 308, 

330, 338, 355 PLUS 4 
Lillian Padilla 58, 338 
Julene Palmer 58 
Dina Pallone 58, 131(2), 133(2), 158(2), 159, 

176, 293 
Scott Parello 58, 340 
Vicki Parent 53, 58, 192 
Yung Park 58 
Ann Parker 58, 340 
Paula Parlee 59, 340 
Kevin Patano 59, 340 
Ashish Patel 59 340 
Shailesh Patel 59, 340 
Uday Patel 59, 340 

Matthew Pecci 17, 59, 109, 110, 189, 191, 310, 340 
Carrie Peck 37, 59, 340 
Alan Penniman 59, 96, 109, 144, 145, 149, (1 Ad) 

316, 340 
Ronald Perry 203 
David Peterson 5, 60, 340 
Erik Peterson 60, 340, 341 

Jennifer Pettis 5, 29, 60, 233, 309, 340, 379 PLUS 4 
Farben Piedrahita 15, 34, 60, (3 Ads) 308, 363, 379 
Raymond Pineau 60, 121, 258 
Joseph Pino 203, 210, 290, 340 
Carol Pinzone 52, 60, 178, 340 
Paul Poirier 44, 60, 96, 97, 340 
Elaina Post 60, 172, 340 
Donald Potter 61 
David Power 61, 75, 91, 96, 121(2), 182, (l Ad) 

286, 295, 299, 304, 327, 333, 340, 365 PLUS 7 
Joyce Powlesland 61, 187, 351 
Kathleen Pratt 10, 32, 61, 189, (2 Ads) 233, 292, 

309, 379 
Glen Prescott 205(2) 
Andrew Proia 61, 81, 92, 189, 333 
Lisa Puglielli 12, 61, 126, 238, 281, 310, 351, 370, 

373, 376, 384 PLUS 8 
Anthony Quaranto 61, 235 
Lori Quaranto 61 
Andrea Rando 12, 62, 76, 96, 97, 126, 127, 238, 

293, 310, 351, 370, 373 PLUS 6 
Nadine Rankin 62, 364 
Diane Rayne 62, 239 
Lisa Raynor 20, 62, 239, 300, 351 
Michele Regan 62, 351 
Timothy Regan 2, 6, 14, 34, 62, 105, 116, 117, 

118, 119, 145(2), 165, (2 Ads) 296, 308, 318, 

367 
Dominic Restagno 2, 6, 35, 62, 154, 351, 374, 380 
Laura Restuccia 62 
Maria Riccio 39, 63, 324, 351 
Eric Richard 200, 203, 212 
Lisa Richard 10, 14, 63, 85, 180, 313, 325, 334, 351, 

370 PLUS 5 
Noella Richard 63, 165, 351 
Holly Richardson 15, 33, 63, 112, 113, 181, 190, 

(2 Ads) 263, 276, 278, 339, 351, 371, 385, 387 

PLUS 6 
Stephanie Ritcey 63, (3 Ads) 227, 300(2), 351 



Maria Rizzo 12, 49, 63, 351 

Sandra Robichaud 10, 14, 63, 75, 105, 107, (2 

Ads) 313, 321, 334, 351, 371, 372 PLUS 4 
Tom Robinson 11 
Kelli Roche 20, 63, 126, 127, 173, (7 Ads) 239, 

244, 255, 300, 310, 316, 351 EVEN 
Tammy Roebuck 64 
Michael Rossi 64, 151(2) 
Noelle Rowland 64, 84, 91, (l Ad) 376, 388 
Lisa Roy 64, 184 
Erik Royds 6, 14, 64, 169, 277, 337, 380, 388 PLUS 

4 
David Russell 64, 230, 331 
David Russo 388 
Jimmy Russo 345 
Kathleen Russo 345 

Mark Russo 14, 64, 156, 277, 384, 388 
Glen Ryan 64 
Michael Ryan 65, 128, 129, 139(2), 160, 161(2), 

295, 299, 310, 335, 388 PLUS 5 
Cheryl Saltalamacchia 65, 84, 174, 388 
Marie Sanon 65, 388 
Maria Santa 90, 388 
Victor Santiago 65, 388, 394 
Paula Sargavakian 65, 69, (1 Ad) 226, 370, 373, 384, 

388 PLUS 4 
Christopher Sarkisian 65, 95, 189, 388 
Edward Sarno 12, 65, 119, 308 
Rodney Sautier 65, 121 
Kimberly Savage 8, 66, 74, 107, 122, 123(2), 

141(2), 152, 153, 154, 155, (3 Ads) 249, 284, 

298(2), 380, 388 PLUS 3 
Heather Scichilone 66, 68, 172, (4 Ads) 251, 279, 

301, 324, 388 PLUS 1 
Brian Shaughnessy 66, 341, 346, 357 
Kevin Sheridan 66, 341 
Rachel Sheridan 66 
Richard Silva 9, 203 
Jeffrey Smith 66 

Robert Spencer 3, 14, 201, 203, 204 
Eucharistic Spoto 66, 169, (1 Ad) 364 
John St. Germain 66, 341 
Nancy Steinberg 6, 67, 76, 87, 103, 107, 112, 113, 

130, 131, 167, 190, 320, 341, 360, 374 PLUS 4 
Karen Stevens 51, 67, 112, 113, 163, 171, 186, 

263, 299, 325, 341, 386 PLUS 5 
Ken Storlazzi 67, 169, 364 
Kelly Stratton 67, (1 Ad) 325 
Stephen Strouble 67, 174 
Erin A Sullivan 3, 4, 14, 43, 67, 88, 89, 96, 126, 

127, 168, 174, (1 Ad) 341, 373 
Erin M Sullivan 67, 101, 310, 341 
Jeffrey Sullivan 67 

Jennifer Sullivan 11, 64, 68, 93, 96, 97, 341 
Steven Sutherland 12, 14, 68, 168, 308, 320, 328, 

372 PLUS 4 
Christopher Taranto 68, 341 
Steed Taranto 68, 78, 341 
Lisa Terrasi 67, 68 
Hong Thai 68 
Tracey Thebado 30, 68, 341 
Wayne Theriault 44, 68, 96, 341 
Bruce Thibault 69, 129, 310, 339 
Jennifer Tiano 8, 14, 69, 96, 125(2), (1 Ad) 247, 

253, 297(2), 328, 330, 339, 347, PLUS 7 
Paul Tirone 6, 69, 86, 89(3), 93, 103, 107, 339 
David Tobin 14, 15, 69, 133, 339(2) 
Taline Tokatlian 69, 163, 339 
Vahe Tokatlian 69, 163, 339 
Aida Torres 69, 90, 339 
Ben Torres 201, 203, 339 
Angela Treglia 69, 339 
Steven Tulimieri 70, 137, 170, 339 
Stephanie Turner 12, 18, 19, 21, 33, 70, 112, 113, 

171, 181, 190, (5 Ads) 226, 270, 296, 318, 339, 

346, 373 PLUS 2 
Craig Valine 70, 339 

Laura Vallerand 50, 70, 178, (2 Ads) 339, 384 
Renee Vallerand 203, 208, (2 Ads) 560, J83 
Thomas Vanaria 48, 70, 94, 170, (2 Ads) 234, 2», 

339 



Susan Veilleux 70, 164, 339 

Alberto Velella 70, 80, 339, 364 

Michael Vellante 70, 339 

James Vinciullo 203, 211 

Kelly Walsh 12, 70, 171, 191, (l Ad) 226, 296, 339, 

373 PLUS 3 
Kim Wellman 68 

Eric Weston 28, 70, 80, 132, 293, 305 
Michael Wheeler 70 
Brenda White 70, 85, 177 
Stacy White 68, 71, 324, 388 
David Williams 71, 388 
Jeffrey Williams 29, 71, 77, 92, 170, 366 
Jonathan Williams 4, 71, 86, 87, 186, 303 
Mark Wills 45, 71, 388 
Jimmy Wilson 15, 171, 200, 203, 205(2), (1 Ad) 

366 
Michelle Woods 71, 85, 388 
Steven Wright 71, 388, 394 

Christina Yarossi 7, 71, 166, (l Ad) 268, 340, 388 
Jody Yobaccio 166 
Steve Yim 71, 157(2) 

Chin-Mei Yu 71, 107, 131(2), 377, 385, 388 
Daniel Yu 17, 71 
Rosanna Zagame 27, 71, 388 

This year we set a new record 
for ads as 114 students collected 
over $26,000. The main reason for 
this success is the incentive given 
to each and every student who 
brings in an ad. Four students led 
the way with 109 ads worth almost 
$8,000. They were: Lisa Noke with 
56 ads (A new record) worth 
$4,250, Rhonda Compton with 19 
ads worth $1, 175, Karen Connelly 
and Sheila McGann with 17 ads 
each worth a total of $2,180. If 
you failed to bring in an ad please 
do not complain about the 
students who earned these pictures. 
On these ad pages we 
photographed over 400 seniors, 
approximately 75 % of the class. 

The numbers in bold print 
indicate the main section of the 
book. The PLUS and MINUS that 
appears at the end of some names 
indicates our record in giving each 
student with ads the proper 
amount of pictures. There are only 
3 MINUS totals. 

Thank you, 
James McDonnell 
Yearbook Advisor 



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Staff 



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Editor -In -Chief 
Editor 

Sports' Editor 
Sports' Editor 
Literary Editor 
Literary Editor 
Senior Section Editor 
Business Editor 
1988 Editor-in-Chief 

1988 Editor 

1989 Editor-in-Chief 

1990 Editor-in-Chief 
Slide Show 
Photographer 
In -Studio 

Jostens' Representative 
In -Plant 
Advisor 



1987 Staff Awards: 
Delaney Award 



Stephanie Turner 
Holly Richardson 
Michelle Brunaccini 
Kara Howley 
Nick Kontos 
Nancy Steinberg 
Karen Stevens 
Lisa Noke 
Michele Bruce 
Christine DeFilippo 
Kerry Brennan 
Monique Leger 
Lisa Noke 
Terry Bleiler 
Jay Bleiler 
John Neister 

Karen Stariha 
James G. McDonnell 



Volume 84 of the Waltham High School Mirror was printed by Jostens Printing and Publishing 
Division, 401 Science Park Road, State College, Pennsylvania 16801. The Jostens in plant consultant 
were Nikki Vescovi and Karen Stariha. The Jostens area representative was John Neister. 

The cover was black onyx 840 material with spainish grain. Gold Foil 380 was applied to lid and 
backbone. A gold metalay was applied to the lid. The book was rounded and backed with red 
headbands. 

The endsheets were printed in black ink on stainless steel 289. The artwork for the endsheet was 
done by Rick Brooks. 

80 lb Matte #195 paper was used with black ink. The opening section was printed on Karisma 
Cream stock. 

All photographs were taken by Purdy Vantine Studios, 100 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA. Th> 
chief photographer was Mr. Terry Bleiler. 

Of the 408 pages, 148 were printed in the four color process. 

Sports headlines were set in Optima Bold as follows: Sports primary headlines were 48 point and 
secondary headlines were 18 point. Activities and Senior Week headlines were set in Brush Script as 
follows: Activities primary headlines were 36 point and secondary headlines were 24 point. Senior 
Week primary headlines were 30 point with the first letter printed in 48 point. 

The body copy was set in 10 point Garamond. 

Captions were set in 9 point Garamond with the lead in 9 point Garamond Bold. 

Page numbers were set in 24 point Palatino Bold with the titles set in 14 point Optima. Artwork 
was done by Rick Brooks. 

Individual copies sold for $25.00. Engraved copies were available if reserved by December 1, 1986. 
The press run was 525 copies. The total expenses of the book were $42,000. The Publication date 
for the yearbook was October 24, 1987. 



Most Valuable Staffer 



Lisa Noke 
Holly Richardson 

Lisa Noke 




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Acknowledgements 



On behalf of the staff I would like to thank the following persons for the extra effort they put 

forth in producing the final product. 

.Terry Bleiler and his brother Jay for the outstanding work for the yearbook, Waltham High 

School, and the community. 

.John Neister for continuing to come up with new ideas and layouts so that we may continue our 

"Tradition of Excellence." 

..Karen Stariha and Anne Holmes for looking after our book at the State College plant and making 

us feel like #1 

..Purdy VanTine Studios and Jostens Publishing Company because you are #1 we are #1 

..Mr. John J. Regan for your support for the past 14 years. Good luck in your new job. 

..Mr. F. Joseph Levey for being our biggest supporter and critic, at least we know it's not personal. 

..Mr. Norman MacDonald and Mr. Thomas Foley for understanding that the yearbook is very 

important to the seniors. 

.To the parents (Mr. and Mrs. Brunaccini, Mr. and Mrs. Noke, and Mr. and Mrs. Turner) for the 

use of their homes to do yearbook related work. 

..Stephen Giangrande for putting up with Lisa and driving her around town and the Commonwealth 

of Mass on behalf of the yearbook. 

..Rhonda Compton, Karen Connelly, and Sheila McGann for all their ads and support. 

..Christine DeFilippo for chasing down the last few records and writeups and for putting up with 

Mr. Mac. 

..Brenda Woodland for all the decisions you made - your best one was recommending Lisa. 

..Lisa Noke for everything you did for the yearbook. Just look at the other 407 pages - IT 

SHOWS! 

..My wife, Joan and my children; Shawn, Kerry, and Bryan for supporting me at all times and 

helping out "all the time." 

James McDonnell 
Yearbook Advisor 










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